Road users urged to take extreme care


Police warn motorists to take extreme care on New South Wales roads today as weather conditions remain poor

January 29, 2013

Police are urging motorists to take extreme care on New South Wales roads today as weather conditions remain poor.

Heavy rain, strong winds and reduced visibility continues to be a cause for concern for police and emergency service personnel, as torrential weathers batters parts of the state.

Road users are asked to check on weather conditions and road closures, slow down and be prepared for delays.

NSW Police says anyone towing a caravan or trailer needs to slow down and exercise extreme caution. Motorists are advised not to drive into floodwaters.

For the latest traffic information visit livetraffic.com or call 132 701.

For emergency help in the floods and storms call the State Emergency Service (SES) on 132 500. For general flood warnings head to the SES website.


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