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Teen caught travelling 90mph on the A11

PUBLISHED: 16:51 12 January 2018 | UPDATED: 08:51 13 January 2018

Police caught a teenager traveling at 90mph. Picure: N and S Road Policing

Police caught a teenager traveling at 90mph. Picure: N and S Road Policing

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A teenager has be caught going 90mph in a goods vehicle on the A11.

The 19-year-old was travelling at nearly double the speed limit for the vehicle, which is to 60mph on dual carriageways.

In a tweet NS Road Policing said: “19 year old driver in goods vehicle on #A11 #attleborough far in excess of limit Less than two years driving #RPUREEDY.”

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