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Driver charged with stunt driving for speeding 118km/h in residential area: OPP

A street sign indicates a 60 kilometres per hour. (Source: OPP) A street sign indicates a 60 kilometres per hour. (Source: OPP)
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A driver stopped for allegedly speeding nearly double the limit in Caledon will have to find an alternate way around after being handed a month-long driver's licence suspension.

Caledon OPP officers pulled the vehicle over in a posted 60-kilometre-per-hour residential zone.

They allege the car was travelling 118 kilometres per hour.

"Everyone who is found guilty of stunt driving is liable to a fine between $2,000 to $10,000 or to imprisonment for a term of up to 30 days," the OPP stated on a social media post.

The accused was charged with stunt driving and subject to a two-week vehicle impoundment.

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