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NASHUA

Driver went 130 miles per hour while changing lanes on NH turnpike, police say

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State Police say a Nashua man is facing charges of reckless driving for going 130 miles per hour on the F.E. Everett Turnpike. Police said Carl McCoy, 65, was stopped at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday. A trooper said McCoy was clocked going 75 miles per hour over a 55-mil;e-per-h limit while changing lanes. The Nashua Telegraph reported that McCoy has been ordered to appear in court in March.

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