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Ontario police radar catches driver going 110 km/hour over speed limit

Halton police say the man's driver's licence has been suspended for seven days and the vehicle was towed and seized.

Halton police say the driver has been charged with speeding and stunt driving.

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Halton police say the driver has been charged with speeding and stunt driving.

HALTON HILLS, Ont. — It wasn't a good Friday the 13th for a driver in Halton Hills, Ont.

Police say a man was pulled over early Friday morning for allegedly travelling at 110 km/h over the posted speed limit in the town west of Toronto.

They say an officer assigned to impaired enforcement clocked a vehicle at 170 km/h in a posted 60 km/h zone.

Halton police say the driver has been charged with speeding and stunt driving.

His driver's licence has been suspended for seven days and the vehicle was towed and seized for a week.

 

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