Car stopped on County Road 2 at a speed of 133 kph


On April 26th, at approximately 3 p.m., an SD&G OPP officer stopped an eastbound Pontiac on County Road 2.

The driver was reported to be driving 133 kilometers per hour in posted 80 kilometer per hour zone.

According to Constable Pete Robertson,   the penalties for driving more than 50 kilometers per hour over the speed limit could include a seven day license suspension, the vehicle being seized for seven days, and possible fines ranging anywhere from a minimum  of $2,000 to a maximum of $10,000.

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