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Driver clocked driving at 108mph at Terrington St John



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West Norfolk police have said they have caught a motorist driving at 108mph.

The speeding offence happened on the A47 at Terrington St John this weekend.

Officers tweeted about the arrest today saying: "Officers from @NorfolkSpecials & @NSRAPT carried out #RoadSafety patrols around the @KingsLynnPolice & @BrecklandPolice areas. Amongst their patrols one driver dealt with travelling at 108mph #A47 #Terrington & another for having no wing mirrors."

A reading for a car on the A47 at Terrington St Clement. King's Lynn Police Twitter account (56522104)
A reading for a car on the A47 at Terrington St Clement. King's Lynn Police Twitter account (56522104)

The tweet included a picture of the speed gun in the patrol gun registering the 108mph figure.

This week it was revealed that figures for 2021 show Norfolk’s volunteer Community Speed Watch groups, predominantly in small towns and villages, clocked 16,962 speeding motorists - the equivalent of 46 every day.



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