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Speeders caught in crackdown on New Forest animal accident black spot B3078 Roger Penny Way



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THREE motorists were caught speeding in another police crackdown on a notorious New Forest animal accident black spot route.

Officers teamed up with campaign group New Forest Roads Awareness and the national park authority for the checks along the B3078 Roger Penny Way, between Bramshaw and Fordingbridge, yesterday (Monday) morning as part of Operation Mountie.

Several motorists were given educational advice
Several motorists were given educational advice

Tickets were issued to the offending drivers who flouted the 40mph limit, clocked at 51, 52 and 59mph.

One driver was also reported for having no valid insurance and not wearing a seatbelt, as well as in connection with theft offences.

Officers were out on the B3078 Roger Penny Way
Officers were out on the B3078 Roger Penny Way

Several motorists were also pulled over and given educational advice by the partners.

A police Facebook post afterwards said: “Please stick to the speed limit across the Forest.”



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