POLICE in Herefordshire had a busy day yesterday (Friday) and stopped drivers for a range of 'fatal four' offences.

The 'fatal four' are the four most common reasons why a death occurs on the road and includes drink and drug driving, speeding, using a mobile phone while driving and not wearing a seat belt.

Yesterday police stopped a lorry driver for using his mobile phone.

They also arrested a learner driver, who was not wearing their seatbelt, on suspicion of drug driving.

Also a driver, who was speeding, was also arrested on suspicion of drug driving.