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Graham Farmer Freeway: In fast-moving traffic, women endanger their lives when walking through the Northbridge tunnel

In what looks like a drunken stunt early in the morning, a shocking vision of a woman walking in the lane of the Graham Farmer Tunnel emerged.

A 39-year-old Nearabop woman was seen facing a car traveling 80 km / h through an eastbound tunnel with her arms lifted in the air during a bold walk on Northbridge.

The driver was forced to slow down and turn around the seemingly drunk woman.

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A WA police spokesman said police officers arrived at the scene at around 5:15 am and brought the woman back to the station.

“We found a woman and made sure she was safe,” he said.

She was issued an infringement notice for chaotic behavior that could result in a $ 500 fine.

Camera iconI saw a woman walking in the Northbridge tunnel around 5am this morning. credit: WA Incident Alert / Facebook

The 1.6km tunnel, built in 2006, is an important link between the cities, but walking and cycling on the highway is illegal.

At the Main Road Tunnel Operations Center in Northbridge, operators monitor the tunnel 24 hours a day via CCTV.

There is an emergency escape route inside the tunnel, but emergency parking is only at the start and end of each tunnel.

This is not the first time that tunnel concerns have arisen. In 2019, delivery drivers were criticized for using the tunnel as a shortcut to work.

Graham Farmer Freeway: In fast-moving traffic, women endanger their lives when walking through the Northbridge tunnel

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