State Police kept busy with speeders during holiday weekend on Virginia highways, including Botetourt County

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(WFXR) – Virginia State Police has taken to social media in an effort to raise awareness of speeding and the need to slow down while traveling on Virginia roadways, especially during the weekend of Fourth of July.

In the post from Monday, July 5, which can be found below, Virginia State Police highlighted three instances of significant speeding over the holiday weekend.

In Chesapeake, a motorist was clocked at 134 mph in a 60 mph zone.

Another motorist was clocked driving at 106 mph in a 70 mph zone in Botetourt County.

A third motorist was driving 120 mph in a 55 mph zone in Virginia Beach.

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