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Motorist stopped at Terrington St John driving at 113mph



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Police have reported that a motorist was stopped on the A47 at Terrington St John yesterday travelling at 113mph.

The tweet said: "Just stopped a Ford Fiesta on the #A47 at #TerringtonStJohn - 113mph. No words. #fatal4 #SpeedKills #SeeYouInCourt.

In a separate tweet posted this morning, the police account said: "During these troubled times amid Covid-19, speed can still kill. Speed awareness and enforcement conducted this morning at numerous locations in King's Lynn, with 8 traffic offence reports issued."

Police read out of the vehicle travelling at 113mph on the A47 at Terrington St John on Friday, April 24. Picture: Norfolk Police (33997606)
Police read out of the vehicle travelling at 113mph on the A47 at Terrington St John on Friday, April 24. Picture: Norfolk Police (33997606)

Norfolk Constabulary said this week that it has been concerned that motorists are taking advantage of the much quieter roads during the coronavirus lockdown to drive at much higher speeds than the law allows and vowed to come down hard on those breaking speed limits.



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