Insurer RACQ is urging all Queensland motorists to exercise more caution when driving after it was revealed that 14 children were killed in transport-related incidents across the state in 12 months.
According to a Queensland Family and Child Commission report, four children were killed in motor-vehicle crashes, three in low-speed crashes, two were pedestrians, while others died on motorbikes, watercraft, and bicycles.
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