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Motorist caught speeding on the A47 King's Lynn at 119mph as part of patrol



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A driver was caught speeding down the A47 at 119 miles per hour on Saturday night.

The motorist was among 13 pulled over by officers from Lynn during a patrol on May 21.

The driver was also one of six caught that night for driving offences including a drink driver.

Roger Penny speed check. Forestry England, national park authority. New Forest animal accident black spot route B3078 Roger Penny Way, between Bramshaw and Fordingbridge. Operation Mountie. (Photo: Hampshire police) (56599150)
Roger Penny speed check. Forestry England, national park authority. New Forest animal accident black spot route B3078 Roger Penny Way, between Bramshaw and Fordingbridge. Operation Mountie. (Photo: Hampshire police) (56599150)

Norfolk roads armed policing team tweeted: "We have been out in Kings Lynn this evening.

"Six TORS(traffic offence reports) speeding highest at 119mph on A47.One arrested for drink driving.Two vehicles seized no insurance.Two vehicles PG9 prohibition.One

"TOR driver no seat belt also with a child unrestrained in the back.

"One TOR cord exposed."



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