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Speed monitoring at Mount Charles

By Natasha Swift 21st September 2016

Speed monitoring at Mount Charles
BIG PROBLEM: For drivers in Mount Charles

THE speed of drivers in Mount Charles has been brought under the spotlight after two potentially deadly car crashes in as many months on Victoria Road. The Voice revealed how residents and town councillor for the area, Anne Double, were calling for action to be taken following a number of incidents which could have not only...

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