Deadly consequences of ‘death driving’ warning by local councillor

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car tyreSinn Féin Councillor Mickey Larkin has warned of the deadly consequences of what is known as “death drivers” activities after a recent incident in Mullaghbawn. The local Councillor explained, “In the early hours of last Thursday morning a speeding car involved in what is best described as the deadly antics of “death drivers” such as hand braking, performing doughnuts, disrupted most of the entire village of Mullaghbawn.
  He continued, “This is a deadly culture that the community in this village is not prepared to tolerate. The PSNI are aware of this latest incident and I would appeal to the community to work with the Police to apprehend those involved in this criminal activity. Working together we can thwart this scourge.”
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25th March 2017His colleague Newry & Armagh MLA Megan Fearon commented on the issue of death drivers and stated, “These anti community activities cause great fear but put the lives of residents at risk.
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25th March 2017 Box Advert“Death Drivers and their antics are a very real threat to public safety and those involved need to realise that their criminal activity is not acceptable,” she added.  

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