322 drivers caught speeding in Cumbrian town in seven hours

322 drivers caught speeding in Cumbrian town in seven hours
 

MORE than 300 drivers were caught speeding in a Cumbrian town in just seven hours.
Police issued 322 notices of intended prosecution (NIP) for speeding offences during seven one-hour deployments on English Street, Longtown. A NIP is issued to the registered vehicle keeper and indicates that the driver at fault may face prosecution.
Police set up the deployments to monitor the traffic over the past three months in response to concerns raised by residents of the town near the Scottish Border.
The highest recorded speed was 60mph - double the 30mph limit on that stretch of the A7.
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14 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25
Source: News & Star
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