NSW Police say they're angry about a string of reckless driving incidents –including a P-plater caught drink driving twice in two days. And senior police say officers won't tolerate drivers breaking the road rules. The warning comes after the death of two people on NSW roads so far this long weekend – one of them a P-plater – and despite the imposition of double demerits, aimed at improving driver behaviour. At Camden, on Sydney's south-western fringe, a P-plater was pulled over on Friday after one of his passengers was spotted hanging out the car window. A breath test showed the 19-year-old driver was over the limit. The same driver was pulled over yesterday and again found to be over the limit. He was charged with mid-range drink driving and driving whilst suspended and will face court next month. In a separate incident, a 15-year-old girl allegedly tried to avoid a random breath test at Gosford, north of Sydney, yesterday. When officers finally caught up with her, a test showed she was over the limit. She has been charged with mid-range drink driving and other traffic offences. In another case, a 25-year-old Ryde man was clocked travelling at 119kph in a 50kph zone at Ultimo, in inner Sydney. His driver's licence was suspended on the spot. A 20-year-old P-plater died today when his vehicle rolled down an embankment in north-western NSW. About 40 people have been injured in 156 major crashes. Traffic Services Commander Acting Chief Superintendent John Lipman said officers would not tolerate drivers breaking the road rules. "One of the things that has amazed police so far during this operation is the anecdotal evidence showing a number of people who have been stopped by police on a number of occasions committing similar offences, often within minutes of the previous matters," he said. And, in this report also: A 58-year-old man who was thrown from his bike in a collision at Nelson Bay yesterday and died. It's bad news whichever way you look at it. I know we have some forum members to whom any mention of the police is like a red rag to a bull, but, leaving aside the ideological crap for a moment, you can't blame the police for being a bit antsy when they have to deal with stuff like this. I know I wouldn't want to be the person having to go to someone's house and tell them their son/daughter has been cleaned up in a road accident.