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Guelph driver caught going over twice the speed limit on Hwy. 401: OPP

A radar gun showing 209 km/h. OPP say they stopped the driver in a100 km/h zone on Hwy. 401. (X: @OPP_HSD) A radar gun showing 209 km/h. OPP say they stopped the driver in a100 km/h zone on Hwy. 401. (X: @OPP_HSD)
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Ontario Provincial Police say they pulled a driver over that was going 209 km/h on Hwy. 401 without a licence or insurance.

In an early Wednesday social media post, police say the 21-year-old driver from Guelph told them they were "only going 129" in the 100 km/h zone.

They've been charged with stunt driving, having no licence, and having no insurance card.

Their licence was suspended for a month and the vehicle was impounded for two weeks.

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