Authorities urge Wagga motorists to turn their headlights on as smoke hinders visibility

Jess Whitty
By Jess Whitty
Updated January 6 2020 - 9:34pm, first published 9:27pm
TURN ON: Road safety officer Kim Schultz says motorists need to take care on the roads as smoke is creating "high risk" conditions.

Authorities are urging motorists to take care on country roads as thick smoke drifts across the region creating hazardous conditions.



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