A car plowed through the main hall of Trump Plaza in New Rochelle, New York
CBS News' Tony Aiello tweeted videos of the scene, reporting that there were several injuries at the scene but none are life-threatening. A male driver stepped out of the Mercedes-Benz C300 coupe and sat on the sofa in the main hall, Aiello tweeted. ABC7's CeFaan Kim reported that police said the driver is injured and talking to authorities, and two pedestrians were also injured in the incident. CBS News reported that the car was removed from the building after 10 p.m. ET. UPDATE: Witness says driver casually exited his car after crash and took a seat on the couch, didn’t say a word.
A state trooper caught them speeding but it took three law agencies to finally flag them down. The drivers were given summonses and will have Days of blunder: Three drivers tested both prototype Ford GT sports cars and the patience of police Tuesday, when they were clocked doing 101 mph in a
The highway out there varies between wide-open straight shots with a 75 mph speed limit, slower An Eagle County sheriff’s deputy was able to assist the state police in actually pulling over the three Ford GT development mules, which were cited for going 101 mph in a 50 mph zone , police records said.
A motorist was caught driving nearly three-times over the speed limit on a busy Yorkshire bridge - because he “was late for work”.
The 20-year-old driver was clocked reaching speeds of up to 132mph in a 50mph zone, across the Humber Bridge near Kingston-upon-Hull.
The driver was caught speeding on the A15 by an unmarked traffic police car in the early hours of Thursday morning.
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Police said the motorist "continued to drive at high speed in heavy rain".
Humberside Police said in a tweet: "Vehicle sighted #A15 overtaking an unmarked traffic car, the 20 year old driver continued to drive at high speed in heavy rain.
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The incident occurred in Ballyhaunis just before midnight.
Drivers have been caught doing more than 100 mph in a 50 mph zone of the A90 just yards from bypass workers . Sergeant Steve Manson, of the trunk road policing group, which has been working with the North East Division, today said drivers who have been caught speeding are well aware of
If you accept you were caught speeding , some of these ‘excuses’ could be used as mitigating factors, however, which could result in a more lenient penalty if you plead guilty in court. How to send a mitigation letter. If you decide to dispute a speeding fine, the case will go be heard in magistrates court.
“Clocked at 132mph in a 50mph limit as it went across the HumberBridge.
“Driver's excuse was that he was late for work! Reported for summons."
The force’s tweet gained a raft of comments from social media users.
One person tweeted: “My 3 cars have a combined top speed of about 61 MPH.
Vehicle sightedovertaking an unmarked traffic car, the 20 year old driver continued to drive at high speed in heavy rain. Clocked at 132mph in a 50mph limit as it went across the .
Drivers excuse was that he was late for work! Reported for summons
#2577— Humber Roads Police (@HumberbeatRoads)
“This kid should be forced to ride a 50cc moped for the rest of his life.... if, he ever gets a licence back.”
Another user, Samantha Hunt, said: “132mph over the bridge is insane. He needs a ban and an alarm clock.”
The unnamed driver is due to be served with a summons to appear in court at a later date.
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