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MCG parking ban over terror fears

MCG parking ban over terror fears



2018-03-13T09:00:17+0000

The move is a safety measure to keep fans away from cars in the wake of European terror attacks using vehicles to target crowds

CARS will be locked out of the MCG precinct for AFL blockbusters and major events this year in response to terror fears.



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