Speeders caught out in crash road crackdown
POLICE patrolling one of Scotland’s most notorious roads are catching speeding motorists at a rate of one every three hours.
The shock figure was revealed at the launch of a new campaign aimed at cutting the toll of death and serious injury on the A947.
The 45-mile route between Banff and Aberdeen has been the scene of more than 150 crashes in six years – including 14 fatalities.
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