Multiple emergency service agencies from both sides of the border came together to reopen the George Chaffey Bridge after a hypothetical horror crash yesterday.
Barrier Police District Superintendent Paul Smith said the mock exercise aimed to put emergency responders and their collaboration with their cross border counterparts to the test by working to tackle a major crash on the border.
More than 90 personnel including firefighters, police, paramedics and SES members were faced with a scenario where a school bus crashed into an asbestos carrying truck in the middle of George Chaffey Bridge.
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