Wichita police chief: No warnings for speeders on Kellogg

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

Wichita's police chief says no warnings will be given to drivers caught speeding on Kellogg. 

Chief Gordon Ramsay said for drivers to "Beware" in a tweet on Thursday. He retweeted a Wichita Police Department picture of a reading of 97 mph with the caption, "We caught a few drivers mistaking Kellogg for the set of the Fast and Furious today. Remember to slow it down. Excessive Speeds put your lives and others at risk."

The speed limit on most of Kellogg through the city limits is 60 mph. 

Wichita police say the top five accident intersections in the city remain on Kellogg:  at Seneca, downtown, Rock, Webb and Greenwich. Officers recently monitored traffic at Rock Road, resulting in 22 citations and three arrests.