By Tony Winterburn • 29 February 2020 • 12:33
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The Civil Guard has located the driver who recorded himself driving at 220 kilometers per hour on the A2 motorway in Zaragoza, Spain and posted the video on Spanish social networks.
A 32-year-old man has been arrested on road safety charges for driving a vehicle at a speed “greater than 80 km per hour” on an urban road, whose permitted speed is 120 km per hour and on another charge of “reckless driving” .
The investigation began after the police were drawn to a well-known social network that hosted a video where a vehicle was seen running parallel to the railway line in the direction of Barcelona, at speeds way higher than permitted.
The video shows the driver clocking up speeds of around 220 km per hour, while commenting that the other traffic is at a “standstill” even saying he was easily keeping up with train seen in the video,
As a result of the investigation, the Civil Guard managed to locate the driver on February 17. A trial date is to be set…
Video Courtesy of Europa Press
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