Secret Service Denies Hillary Clinton's Campaign Van Was Caught Speeding Again

In-a-hurry Hillary is at it again.

Hillary Clinton's van, nicknamed “Scooby,” was clocked doing nearly 80 miles-per-hour in a 55-mile-an-hour zone.

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Photojournalist Jeffrey Hastings, who is covering the campaign, shot video driving South on Route 93 in New Hampshire.

The speedometer was hovering around 80 miles-per-hour mark as he tried to keep up with Hillary Clinton’s caravan.

INSIDE EDITION's Diane McInerney asked Hastings, “How dangerous was this?”

He said, “Their motorcade had approximately five cars in it, including Scooby.  They are all traveling very close together and at that point if anyone would have collided with anything it certainly would have caused a chain reaction collision."

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Clinton’s driver was believed to be a Secret Service agent.  

Earlier in the week, Scooby was clocked doing 92 miles-per-hour.

When INSIDE EDITION raised the issue with the Secret Service, the agency insisted it couldn't be true, saying its agent was obeying "all applicable traffic laws."

Reached today, a spokesman requested to see the video showing Scooby going over the speed limit.

Watch Below How Hillary Clinton's Scooby Van Clocked at 92 MPH, in the Rain