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ISP Reminding Iowans to Drive Safely After Trooper Issues Two Speeding Citations to Same Driver

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MADISON COUNTY, Iowa  —  Not long after a driver in Lyon County was pulled over for speeding twice in the same day, the same happened to a driver in Madison County.

The Iowa State Patrol says a trooper stopped the driver going 102 MPH in a 55 MPH zone. The driver was issued a citation for $377.25, but then took off and was stopped again by the same trooper. This time the driver was travelling 85 MPH in a 55 MPH zone.

The speeding resulted in fines totaling $639.75.

The ISP is again reminding drivers about the importance of safe driving and obeying the speed limits.