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Speeding motorists warned.

Motorists are putting lives at risk as they drive at more than twice the speed limit through a small South Wales village.

Mid and South Wales Safety Camera Partnership said people living in Wick believe an accident is waiting to happen along the St Brides Road (B4265).

During a three-hour enforcement period last week, 56 motorists were recorded driving above the 30mph speed limit, with a top speed of 64mph.

John Rowling, manager of the Safety Camera Partnership, which is responsible for static and mobile speed camera enforcement in the Dyfed Powys, South Wales and Gwent police force areas, said that travelling at these speeds not only results in a fine and points on the licence but, more importantly, endangers the innocent lives of other people.
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Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 2, 2004
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