CONCORD – Speed kills that’s why there is a required limit for vehicles; since it is a fact that one of the most common causes for road accidents is over speeding.
At 12:30 o’clock Monday afternoon, a 22-year old driver was apprehended as he was speeding at the rate of 125 mph down I-93 at the Hooksett Rest Area.
The driver was later identified as Ryan Lamb, age 22 and residing in Concord. He was arrested and charged with reckless driving and driving under the influence. There was one passenger in his car, identified as Samantha Guerin, age 23, who was also a resident of Concord. She was arrested for disorderly conduct.
According to the report, the car was initially noted on laser speeding as it was traveling southbound in Bow. It was not apprehended as it continued speeding until it halted at the Hooksett Rest Area. The police was able to arrest the reckless driver and there was evidence found inside the vehicle that he was driving DUI. He will also be tested for BAC.
A state police dispatcher stated that they were not able to note down the make and model of the car driven by Lamb. There was no one available to give detailed information of this issue.
The NH State Police Special Enforcement Unit is regularly monitoring elevated speed violations and other aggressive driving behaviors along their area. Its members are regularly patrolling all the way across the state during commuter traffic periods and holiday travel times. They have the goal of keeping New Hampshire’s roadways safe for all residents and visitors.
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