Mobile mania puts lives at risk

MOBILE maniacs are putting lives at risk by driving round Suffolk with their phones clamped to their ears – even though experts say they can be more dangerous than drink-drivers.

MOBILE maniacs are putting lives at risk by driving round Suffolk with their phones clamped to their ears – even though experts say they can be more dangerous than drink-drivers.

Today a special investigation by The Evening Star reveals that in just two hours beside a town centre roundabout our photographers pictured 18 drivers using mobile phones while at the wheel.

Astonishingly one of the people driving while on the phone was an on-duty military police officer in a marked car.

For the full disturbing story and more pictures of the culprits, see tonight's Evening Star...


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