'It really rattles them': traffic program puts offenders safely back behind wheel

Tess Kelly
February 24 2024 - 5:45am
Oxley Community Transport Service Traffic Offenders Intervention Program coordinator Kylie O'Leary, chairman Ray Tait, and Oxley CEO Sharon Tibbs. Picture by Gareth Gardner
Oxley Community Transport Service Traffic Offenders Intervention Program coordinator Kylie O'Leary, chairman Ray Tait, and Oxley CEO Sharon Tibbs. Picture by Gareth Gardner

RETIRED paramedic Ray Tait felt like someone had reached down his throat and pulled his heart out when he had to recount the injuries to the parents of a group of four teenagers who were killed in a tragic car crash in Tamworth.

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Tess Kelly

Tess Kelly

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Tess Kelly is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, reporting mostly on court, while keeping tabs on all the happenings of the region. Story tips can be sent to tess.kelly@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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