WATCH out for each other is the message from Mount Isa police this New Year’s Eve. District Officer Acting Superintendent Trevor Kidd said people heading out should stay safe by following simple tips and watching out for their friends.
“It might sound straight forward, but using a bit of commonsense and staying aware of your surroundings can go a long way towards keeping you safe,” he said.
“Unless your new year’s resolution is to spend more time in the watchhouse, walk away from any potentially aggressive situations.
“We’ve said it before, but we’ll say it again – one punch can kill.
“If you are planning on having a few drinks, leave the car at home. Use taxis and courtesy buses where available or nominate a designated driver.
“Drink-driving is selfish and reckless. It can cost you your life or the lives of other innocent road users.
“We will be out in force at the New Year’s Eve rodeo event and licensed premises to prevent antisocial behaviour. ‘‘We want everyone to have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve.”
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