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More than 200 offences detected on south-west roads during Operation Nexus | The Standard

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More than 35 drivers were caught per day speeding on south-west roads during the Easter long weekend. Victoria Police’s Operation Nexus ran from Thursday until Monday and targeted speed, impaired driving, fatigue, seat belt compliance and mobile phone use. Across the Warrnambool and Southern Grampians police service areas, there were 223 offence detected during the five-day operation, 183 of which were speeding. Acting Senior Sergeant Cameron Ross, who overlooked the long weekend road operation in the south-west, said the highest speed was an interstate P-plater clocked at 149km/h on the Princes Highway with three young children in the car. “The rest were mainly carrying speeds of between 10km/h and 25km/h (over the…



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