Ireland Driver with no tax and L plates found to be using provisional licence for 23 YEARS
'All I could think about was my kids', says innocent taxi driver shot twice while driving cab
A taxi driver who narrowly escaped death and life-changing injuries after he was shot while driving his cab in Drogheda said his biggest fear was that his children would be left without a father. Father-of-two John Myles, from Drogheda said all he could think of after he survived a bullet wound to the back was to be able to contact his 16-year-old daughter and 21-year-old son.
A driver is facing court after they were found to have been driving on a provisional licence for 23 years.
The driver was stopped by Gardai in Drogheda after they were observed driving while not wearing a seat belt.
Officers then discovered that there were no L plates displayed on the car, and the vehicle had not been taxed.
Upon further inspection of the driver’s credentials, officers then discovered that the driver had been using the provision for 20 years longer than is allowed.
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Gardai have outlined two main suspects in the shocking case, both of whom have links to feuds in Coolock and Drogheda .One of the men has recently been released from prison while the other escaped a hit attempt just hours before the gruesome discovery was made in Dublin.The suspect escaped by the skin of his teeth on Monday when the taxi he was travelling in was shot at in an apparent retaliation in Drogheda.An innocent driver was rushed to hospital after the shooting and suffered non life-threatening injuries.
A spokesperson said: ‘Dundalk R.P.U. observed a driver not wearing a seat belt in Drogheda today.
‘It turned out the driver was driving unaccompanied on provisional license for 23 YEARS !!!!!! Driver did not have L plates displayed, no tax. Vehicle seized and prosecution to follow.’
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