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Driver travelling 236 km/h among seven drivers charged on Saturday

Huronia West OPP pulled over a vehicle traveling 154 km/h on June 22, 2024 (OPP Central Region/X). Huronia West OPP pulled over a vehicle traveling 154 km/h on June 22, 2024 (OPP Central Region/X).
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Huronia West OPP has charged seven people for stunt driving on Simcoe County's roadways on Saturday.

A social media post showed police radar clocking a vehicle travelling at 154 km/hr on County Road. The driver was charged with stunt driving.

Police say another vehicle was stopped going 236 km/h and its driver was subsequently charged.

All seven vehicles were impounded and each driver had their licence suspended for 30 days.  

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