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Fargo police issue 151 tickets during speeding blitz

FARGO - Police, positioned in a dump truck and a truck with a utility bucket, clocked drivers during a one-day enforcement blitz last week that resulted in 151 speed-related tickets being issued.

FARGO - Police, positioned in a dump truck and a truck with a utility bucket, clocked drivers during a one-day enforcement blitz last week that resulted in 151 speed-related tickets being issued.

The Fargo Police Department's traffic safety blitz Nov. 17 focused on speed violations in construction work zones.

Officers concentrated their efforts in the construction zones on South University Drive and 12th Avenue North.

The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead and the Herald are Forum Communications Co. newspapers.

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