Police stopped a driver going over three times the speed limit in Brampton
A Toronto resident has had their licence suspended following a recent speeding incident in Brampton.
Police say they stopped a driver on Friday evening who was going 211 km/hr in a 70 km/hr zone — over three times the speed limit.
No injuries were reported.
The driver, a 32 year old G2 licence holder from Toronto, had their vehicle impounded and licence suspended for seven days.
211 km/hr in a 70 km/hr zone!That’s 3x the speed limit. Good news is no one died - better news is the vehicle has been impounded and this 32 year old G2 licence holder from Toronto had his licence suspended for 7 days. @PRPRoadSafety #stuntdriving #slowdown #takethepledgepeel pic.twitter.com/HrQFsMQRRd— PRP Road Safety Services (@PRPRoadSafety) March 20, 2021
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