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Members of a tight-knit Victorian community have told of the pain of losing 19 year old Luke Robinson who died in a road accident in the hope it will discourage other drivers from speeding. The personal stories of Luke's family, friends, emergency workers, work colleagues, survivors of the crash, eyewitnesses, and others affected by the tragedy form the basis for the TAC's new road safety campaign. TAC Minister Tim Holding said the campaign, which would begin this week, will target speeding drivers and show the impact that one crash has had on more than people. They want Victorians, particularly young male drivers, to be aware of the ripple effect caused by every death on our roads. Luke's three passengers survived the crash, one was seriously injured and the others had minor injuries. Luke's father Norm Robinson, from Bannockburn, has penned an emotional letter to Victorians in the hope that his family's loss will stop other young drivers from speeding.
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