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Motorist who kept driving after two collisions failed roadside drug test

The driver also had no licence or motor insurance.

A MOTORIST KEPT driving after being involved in two collisions, gardaí have said.

CAR Source: Garda Traffic/Twitter

Members of Ennis Traffic Corps who stopped a badly damaged car on the M18 found that the driver had no licence or motor insurance. They also failed a roadside drug test.

The M18 motorway links Ennis, Limerick and Galway.

Gardaí said the driver now faces “a big day out in court”.

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