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All the Croat records in New Year's driving: They were dead drunk, they drove on the wrong side of the road, and the winner is Mr "Audi 250 hm/h"

Sibenik Police officers wrote 200 fines to the drivers and other perpetrators of traffic violations, mostly for high speed, driving under the influence and unregistered vehicles

The Lika-Senj police ended the investigation of crazy driving on the highway Zagreb - Split. Namely, 21 years old from Donji Kukuruz drove in the wrong direction from the Otocas intersection to the south portal of Plasina tunnel. However, that wasn't the only traffic violation that Croatian law enforcement met during the past few days.

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- He is suspected that he drove his personal car with Zadar license plates in the opposite direction prior to acquiring the right to operate motor vehicles of the B category, on 31st December - announcement from the police.

Criminal charges have been filed against the 21-year-old, reports index.hr.

33-year old drove 247.9 km/h with "Audi" with Split license plates on last Friday around 21:30 on Sibenik part of the highway A1 and he became a recorder for the entire last year in speeding in the area of Sibenik-Knin.

Police interceptors stopped the Audy, and the driver "earned" criminal charges, announced by the Police administration.

Sibenik Police officers wrote 200 fines to the drivers and other perpetrators of traffic violations, mostly for high speed, driving under the influence and unregistered vehicles.

The recorder had 1.6 blood alcohol level

22 drivers were caught driving under the influence, and the recorder of the week was 41 years old who drove Renault Twingo with Sibenik license plates with 1.6 blood alcohol level, Hina reports.

34 drivers were removed from traffic last week and 6 vehicles. Six people were injured in 17 traffic accidents, two of them sustained serious injuries.

(Telegraf.co.uk)

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