NewsDangerous action: Truck races past the school

Dangerous action: Truck races past the school

The police checked drivers in the area of schools in the Hessian Main-Kinzig district on Tuesday. The officials also stopped a truck driver who was clearly driving too fast.

Maintal/Hanau – Police officers focused on protecting the “little ones” on Tuesday in the Main-Kinzig district*. Therefore, the police officers carried out numerous checks in the vicinity of schools. Of the 130 vehicles stopped, 76 were speeding. However, a truck set an inglorious record that, according to fuldaerzeitung.de*, was 40 kilometers an hour too fast*.

“When school starts after the winter holidays, it is immensely important to be present in schools and to point out the special need for protection of pupils,” emphasized the police after the inspection. *fuldaerzeitung.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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