Ireland 'They could have killed someone' - Watch two reckless drivers race on busy M50

13:55  15 january  2018
13:55  15 january  2018 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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A shocking video shows two reckless drivers racing down the M50 southbound last Friday.

A silver Passat and a white van can be seen side by side speeding southbound along the busy Dublin motorway near the Finglas exit at junction 5.

The vehicles threaten to knock into each other a number of times with a load of cars and trucks driving alongside them.

Both cars then overtake a lorry before racing down along the left lane, again almost knocking into one another.

Dash cam footage captured the shocking driving and was later posted on social media.

The uploader criticised the drivers for endangering other road users.

He said: "Check out these two morons on the M50. Could have killed someone. They should be banned for life."

Another person said: "I am in shock watching that."

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