P.S.N.I. Road Policing officers detected the vehicle travelling at an appalling 112 mph in a 60 mph zone.
The incident occurred on the A1 near Dromore on Thursday morning.
"Speeds like this risk lives - the message is simple - wise up, slow down."
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Consequences of speeding
Excessive speed is a significant factor in collisions and has a huge impact on the severity of injuries sustained.
Speeding means that you will have much less time to react to driving conditions. It also means that if you have a collision it will be much more violent and more likely to result in serious or fatal injuries.
Be aware that:
at 20 mph a child hit by a vehicle has a 90 per cent chance of survival
at 30 mph a child hit by a vehicle has a 50 per cent chance of survival
at 40 mph a child hit by a vehicle has a 10 per cent chance of survival
Slow down - and allow for other people’s mistakes. (Source: www.nidirect.gov.uk)