Speeding affects more than just you. Slow Down
[A father and mother stand with their two young children on a footpath alongside a road on a suburban street. Their faces show expressions of concern and anguish.]
Narrator: The neighbours that saw.
[The camera zooms out as a paramedic steps into the foreground.]
Narrator: The paramedic who helped.
[The camera continues to zoom out and as a doctor in green scrubs joins the paramedic and family lined up along the street.]
Narrator: The doctor who tried.
[The camera zooms out further to show a nurse dressed in blue scrubs.]
Narrator: The nurse who consoled.
[As the camera zooms out further, a woman dressed in a black suit joins the other characters lined up along the footpath.]
Narrator: The coroner who examined the body.
[A woman and young boy holding flowers walk into view. The woman holds the boy’s shoulders to comfort him.]
Narrator: The wife who cried.
[The boy walks towards a power pole and places the flowers at its base.]
Narrator: The son who lost a dad.
[The camera angle shifts to reveal a fixed speed camera near the power pole. As this happens, the people on the footpath disappear from view. A car drives past the speed camera.]
Narrator: The speed camera that helped prevent it all. Slow Down.
[End credits: Speed cameras help reduce fatalities. Slow Down. NSW Government. Transport for NSW]
Voice over: Authorised by the NSW Government Sydney.
[End credits: Authorised by NSW Government Sydney. Spoken by L Bailey.]
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