A driver has been caught speeding at over 100mph on a road where serious and fatal car crashes have happened in the past.

Shane Globe, aged 34, of Hillary Road in High Wycombe, was caught speeding at 104mph on the A413 Wendover Bypass on April 29, 2021, where the speed limit is 60mph.

At a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates' Court on April 5, the Audi driver was found guilty of speeding by a single justice procedure.

The magistrate fined Globe £440 and was ordered to pay £134 in costs. His driving record was endorsed with six penalty points.

Over recent years, many drivers have been caught reaching dangerous speeds on the Wendover Bypass.

In the past six months, at least one other driver has been caught speeding at nearly 100mph, and another was caught going just under 90mph.

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Drivers continue to speed on the dual carriageway despite a history of fatalities and serious injury on the road.

In June 2019, 27-year-old mum Amy Evans tragically lost her life when she was involved in a three-way crash on the road.

Guy Portwin, 72, of Marsh Road in Little Kimble, has since been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, and is due to appear in court later this month. There is no suggestion that speeding was a factor in this incident.

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In March 2014, Carl Bird and Malcolm Tindall both lost their lives after Mr Bird lost control of his vehicle on black ice, causing him to collide head-on with Mr Tindall's vehicle. There is no suggestion either driver broke the speed limit.

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