Limestone Coast Police are calling for locals to stay safe on the road, as the Easter Long Weekend begins!
Officers will launch Operation Safe Long Weekend from 3 pm today, in a bid to deter road users from engaging in behaviour that may contribute to fatal and serious injury crashes.
Over the past 5 years, there've been 10 deaths and 43 serious injuries over the June long weekend on SA roads.
The June long weekend hasn't been fatality free since 2004.
So far this year, 31 of the state’s 36 fatalities have occurred on rural roads.
Locals travelling are being urged to plan their trip in advance to save her life.
Superintendent Gray says drivers need to be attentive and drive to the conditions.