106 tickets written to drivers along construction zones on I-4

One driver was going 92 mph in a construction zone

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – Deputies with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and troopers with Florida Highway Patrol were out Thursday trying to make Interstate 4 safer for construction crews.

Investigators took park in a speed enforcement detail along construction zones.

During the enforcement, investigators conducted 87 traffic stops, wrote 106 tickets and gave five warnings.

One of the drivers is accused of going 92 mph in a construction zone, according to the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office reminded drivers to slow down in school zones and work zones.

“We will not stop enforcing speed laws,” officials with the Orange County Sheriff’s Office posted on Twitter.

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