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19 May 2022

New survey reveals that motorists are driving through a small village on the Derry/Donegal border at an average speed of 73km per hour

Motorists flouting the speed limit in Killea

Drivers caught speeding close to scene of recent fatal Louth crash

Drivers are speeding through a village on the Derry/Donegal border.

Motorists are driving through a small village on the Derry/Donegal border at an average speed of 73km per hour, a survey has revealed.

A survey conducted by Donegal County Council also shows that approximately 82,000 vehicles per week use the main road through Killea village.

The speed limit in Killea is 50km p/h and the council has stated that traffic calming measures will be progressed this year.

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