Wednesday, May 27, 2015   

Police crackdown on road racing
(04-22 18:10)

The police have seized 66 modified cars and motorcycles in an anti-road racing campaign over the Easter holiday.
They were intercepted at illegal racing hotspots, including Tuen Mun Road and Route Twisk. But police say there are no indications that illegal road-racing is on the rise.
The only arrest was of a man for dangerous driving. --RTHK   
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