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Sudbury driver charged with stunt driving with no insurance on Hwy 69

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A Sudbury driver is accused of travelling 155km/h on Highway 69 without insurance last week, police say.

A Sudbury driver is accused of travelling 155km/h on Highway 69 without insurance on May 16, 2024. A photo of a radar gun showing a 155km/h speed. (Supplied/Ontario Provincial Police)

“(On) May 16, 2024, Nipissing West OPP stopped a vehicle traveling 155km/h in a posted 100km/h zone on Highway 69, south of Sudbury,” Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) said on social media.

As a result of the traffic stop a 27-year-old driver from Greater Sudbury has been charged with stunt driving and driving without insurance.

In addition to the charges the accused’s driver’s licence was suspended for 30 days and the vehicle involved was impounded for 14 days.

The vehicle involved in an Ontario Provincial Police traffic stop on Highway 69 on May 16, 2024 being towed. (Supplied/Ontario Provincial Police)

None of the allegations has been proven in court.

Last summer, OPP officials in northern Ontario said following a pause during the pandemic stunt driving in the region is again on the rise.

“Drive safe and slow down,” said police.

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