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Wieselburg speeder exceeds limit by 94 km/h

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Wieselburg speeder exceeds limit by 94 km/h
Photo: APA (Gindl)
11:15 CEST+02:00
A 21-year-old man who was in a hurry to pick up his brother from a nightclub is now expected to lose his license for driving at more than double the speed limit.
The young man was on his way to urgently collect his brother from a nightclub in Ybbs in the early hours of Saturday morning when he was stopped by police on the B25 state highway in Wieselburg in Lower Austria.
 
Police report that he was tracked at a speed of 164 km/h, which is 94 km/h faster than the prescribed limit of 70 km/h.
 
According to the National Police Directorate, the young man can expect a hefty fine, and the loss of his driving license.
 
The 21-year-old from the district of Melk was stopped as part of the enhanced surveillance of the Wieselburger folk festival in the district of Mühling.
 
 
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