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Calls for road safety after three fatalities

THREE road deaths in two days has left Tasmania Police again pleading with drivers to be safe on the state’s roads.
Nanjing Night Net

On Friday morning, 59-year-old Victorian man Ross Alexander died in a crash at Elizabeth Town.

That evening a 48-year-old Bridgewater manwas killed on the Brooker Highway.

About 12.40pm onSaturday a third rider, a teenager, died onDawkins Road atLower Beulah.

A rescue helicopter was dispatched but he died at the scene.

The series of fatalities have left police saddened and again pleading with motorists to be safe on the roads.

“These tragic deaths will haveprofound impacts upon the family, friends and community circles of each rider,”Central West DivisionSenior Sergeant Debbie Williamssaid.

“Whilst the cause of each crash is currently under investigation by police and reports are beingprepared for the Coroner, it is a timely reminder that with improving weather comes an increasein the number of motorcyclists enjoying the state’s roads.”

Mr Alexander was part of a national ride with the Outlaw Motorcycle Club and had only arrived in Tasmania hours earlier.

His daughterSamantha said her father was a manwho“would do anything for anyone, day or night”.

“[He]always looked at the positives in life,” she said.

“He loved to talk the ear off people and will forever live on in the heart of many.

“He tragically lost his life doing what he loved out on the open road on the back of his beloved Harley Davidson

Riders are reminded to wear highlyvisible and appropriate safety gear, assume other drivers can’t see them, ride to the conditions, keep their motorcycle roadworthy andbe aware of potential hazards.

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