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Warning to Drivers - Consequences of Speeding

4 January 2010

A £1.4m THINK! campaign to highlight the devastating consequences of speeding for drivers as well as victims starts today 4 Jan.

The campaign's message is that if you kill someone while speeding you will be tormented by it forever. In the television advert a driver is haunted by images of the child he has killed - seeing his body in the bathroom mirror, through the window of a bus and when in the park with his son.

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