Motorcyclist clocked at 157km/h on Bulli Pass: police

11-07-2018 by admin

A motorcyclist accused of travellingBulli Pass at 157km/h has been charged and stripped of his driver’slicence.
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A highway patrol car was parked beside the northern Illawarra roadwayabout 9am Sunday when the54-year-old rider allegedly sped through.

The man, from Georges Hall near Bankstown, will face Wollongong Local Court next monthcharged with exceeding the 60km/h speed limit by more than 45km/h.

The charge cameamid atragic period on the state’s roads, with eightpeople killed in four days.

Those killed include aFigtreeman who was involved ina head-on crash at Sutton Forest,Thursday evening.

Later Sunday,emergency services were called to Sheepwash Road, Burrawang, where a man died in a collision between a car and his Harley Davidson motorcycle.

This followed a non-fatal road incidentat Quakers Hill, where a 28-year-old P-plater allegedly disobeyed a red light and sped off at 160km/h in a bid to evade police.

The woman allegedly threw a paver at officers when confronted at her home.

She was charged with a suite of offences, including drive manner dangerous and assaulting police.

Traffic and Highway Patrol Command’s Assistant Commissioner John Hartley said he was mystified by the behavior in light of the run of road tragedies.

“If you think of some of the behaviour detected on our roads across the weekend, the number of fatalities could, quite easily, have increased,” he said.

“Each time we drive, we have choices to make in terms of how fast that vehicle is travelling, whether you are under the influence of alcohol or have used drugs when you take control of the vehicle and ensuring all of your passengers are properly restrained.

The 2016 NSW road toll stands at 152 –34 more than this time last year.

“This is a chilling statistic when you consider the family, friends and colleagues of the 152 people as their lives have been changed forever by one choice made by a road user,” Assistant Commissioner John Hartley said.

Elsewhere in NSW, a31-year-old man man was charged with high range drink driving after allegedly returning ia 0.198 reading at Tempe on Saturday.

On the same day, a 19-year-old driver involved in a collision with a parked car at Randwick was charged with mid-range drink driving.A 25-year-old man sufferedmultiple fractures and a collapsed lung in the crash.

Meantime, at Maroubra, a 42-year-old man was allegedly caught driving while disqualifiedwith a low-range blood alcohol reading.He was detectedabout 8.45am Friday with two children, aged six and seven, in the car.

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