No fatalities on Irish roads during European Day Without a Road Death

There were no deaths on Irish roads during European Day Without a Road Death yesterday.

A total of 140,995 vehicles were checked by Gardaí as part of what was also known as Project Edward.

Some 632 drivers were caught speeding, however.

In one case, a vehicle was caught doing 91 kilometres per hour in a 60-kilometre zone.

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