Driver caught going 189 km/h in a construction zone on Highway 417

  Ottawa Citizen 

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A driver was stopped for going 189 kilometres per hour on the Highway 417 eastbound early Tuesday morning. OPP tweeted that they had been stationed in a construction zone on the highway near Moodie Drive when the motorist sped through. The tweet didn’t include details about the time the driver was pulled over, though an […]

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