Flags are flying half-mast at police stations across Victoria as the state mourns the anniversary of the traumatic Eastern Freeway crash that claimed the lives of four officers.
- Police radios will send out a message for a minute’s silence at 5:36pm, when the crash occurred
- Landmarks will be lit up in blue tonight, the same gesture made amid coronavirus restrictions last year
- The Victorian government plans to hold a full public memorial service in September
Truck driver Mohinder Singh was last week jailed for 22 years over the crash, which killed Constables Glen Humphris and Joshua Prestney, Senior Constable Kevin King and Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor.
It was the greatest loss of life in a single incident in Victoria…