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IOWA STATE PATROL STILL SEEING 100+MPH SPEEDERS

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THE IOWA STATE PATROL IS REPORTING YET ANOTHER CASE OF A DRIVER TRAVELING IN EXCESS OF 100-MILES-AN-HOUR ON THE INTERSTATE.

TROOPER RYAN DEVAULT, SAYS THE MOST RECENT CASE WAS A MOTORIST CLOCKED ON I-29 IN FREMONT COUNTY TRAVELING AT 107 MILES AN HOUR:

SPEEDER1 OC……..MONDAY MORNING :17

DEVAULT SAYS IT’S NOT A CASE OF LOSING TRACK OF YOUR SPEED:

SPEEDER2 OC……..LEFT AND RIGHT” :05

HE SAYS THERE’S A FINE AND POSSIBLY OTHER COSTS TO GOING SO FAST.

SPEEDER3 OC……….FROM WORK” :21

TROOPER DEVAULT SAYS INCIDENTS OF PERSONS TRAVELING IN EXCESS OF 100 MILES-AN-HOUR BEGAN OCCURRING IN 2020 AS COVID RESTRICTIONS KEPT MORE PEOPLE OFF THE ROADS.

HE SAYS NOW FEWER PEOPLE ARE SPEEDING, BUT THEY ARE STILL SEEING CASES OF EXCESS SPEED, WITH MOTORISTS CLOCKED AS HIGH AS THE LOW 140’S IN SOME CASES.

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