Three people - including a 17-month-old girl - lost their lives on the second day of Operation Safe Return.
The toddler died after being blocked by a car in a caravan park on Lake Conjola, while two men aged 76 and 46 died in a single-vehicle accident at Wisemans Ferry and Blayney yesterday saturday 26 January 2019.
Operation Safe Return, the state-run road safety operation during the long weekend of January, began on Friday, January 25, 2019 at 12:00 pm and will continue until Monday, January 28, 2019 at 11:00 pm 59.
Double demerits will be in place throughout the weekend for all speed, cell phone, seat belt and motorcycle helmet infractions.
In North New South Wales, police used more than $ 46,000 in cash after stopping a vehicle near Byron Bay around 11:45 pm Officers attached to the Byron Bay Road Patrol stopped a black Ford Ranger because of a faulty brake light as he was heading north on the Pacific Highway in Brunswick Heads.
When the police searched the vehicle, she found more than $ 46,000 in cash. The 44-year-old driver tested positive for methylamphetamine at the roadside. He was arrested and taken to the Byron Bay Police Station, where he received notice of the presence of the future court for crimes of crime and property in custody. . He is scheduled to appear in the Byron Bay Local Court on Thursday, March 21, 2019. The remaining charges will depend on the outcome of the test results.