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Man arrested after gardaí catch him driving at 200km/h in 100km/h zone

He was arrested at the scene for dangerous driving and charged for court.

Image: An Garda Síochána/Twitter

A MOTORIST IN Kerry has been arrested for dangerous driving after he was caught travelling at double the speed limit.  

Kerry Roads Policing Unit were conducting a checkpoint on main Castleisland to Limerick Road last night when the driver was caught, according to gardaí. 

The man was travelling at 200km/h in 100km/h zone.

He was arrested at the scene for dangerous driving and charged for court. 

Following the man’s arrest, gardaí issued a warning to drivers asking them to slow down. 

“Driver put their own and others lives at risk by driving at such a ridiculous speed,” An Garda Síochána tweeted. 

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