Ballarat breakfast report: April 28

WEATHER

A strong chance of rain today and tomorrow so don't forget your umbrella when you walk out the door. 

Today we can expect a top of 19 degrees. 

POLICE

A quiet night Ballarat Police. 

However, The Courier today revealed Ballarat railway station will be among the first regional stations to receive Protective Services Officers tomorrow, partially delivering on a Coalition election promise.

Minister for Police and Emergency Services Kim Wells will announce today that PSOs will begin patrolling Ballarat railway station tomorrow.

However, Wendouree will not receive PSOs despite an election confirmation made by Minister for Public Transport Terry Mulder in 2011

FIRE

A pretty quiet night for fire crews, however, they did attend a car fire in Sebastopol. 

Ballarat City Fire Brigade senior station officer Neville Collins said fire crews attended the Luth Street fire around 8.35pm.

AMBULANCE

Nothing of interest to report from local paramedics. 

TRAINS

Trains from Ballarat seem to be running on time so far this morning.

However, the 7.38pm Bacchus Marsh to Southern Cross train has been replaced by road coaches due to a train fault. 

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