A vehicle was 135 km/h instead of the 50 km/h allowed in the centre of Languidic. The driver was driving with a rate of 1 g of alcohol per litre of blood.
Wednesday, the driver of a vehicle was 135 km/h instead of 50 km/h allowed in the centre of Languidic. Gendarmes from Brech of the motorized platoon immediately intercepted the driver.
Aged 25, he was driving with a rate of 1.02 g of alcohol per litre of blood. The driving license of the person concerned was immediately suspended and vehicle was immobilized.
In 2015, 78 speed-related accidents
The police said that speed is the main cause of accidents and the second leading cause of fatal accidents. It is responsible for 78 accidents with 110 killed and 9 injured last year on the roads of Morbihan.