Oakville man caught speeding twice in 11 minutes
An Oakville man, who appeared to be in a bit of a hurry, was charged twice for speeding just 11 minutes apart in Dufferin.
According to a Twitter post by the Ontario Provincial Police Central Region, the driver was stopped for speeding two times just 11 minutes apart on Airport Road, Friday, February 26, by Central Region Traffic.
“Speeding is a choice,” the Twitter post read. “For everyone’s safety, please slow down.”
The driver was reported to be going 115 km/h in a posted 80km zone at 7:30 p.m. before being pulled over during a Central Region Traffic unit speed enforcement. A short while later OPP said the same driver in the same vehicle was pulled over again on Airport Road for going 111km/h in a posted 80km/zone.
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