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Two drivers stopped for speeding in northern Ont., one at 154 km/h

A 31-year-old was clocked doing 154 km/h on Highway 11 in North Bay and a commercial driver travelling 125 km/h on Highway 17 in Kenora on Wednesday.

North Bay driver clocked travelling 154 km/h on Highway 11 north. May 31/23 (Ontario Provincial Police)

The North Bay driver is charged with stunt and careless driving, Ontario Provincial Police said on social media.

They have received a 30-day license suspension and the white Toyota 4Runner they were driving has been impounded for 14 days.

Meanwhile, a commercial vehicle driver was stopped for travelling 125 km/h in a 90 km/h zone in northwestern Ontario, police say.

The driver was pulled over on Highway 17 in Kenora around 4:50 a.m. Wednesday, OPP said.

Officers charged them with speeding and having a non-working speed limiter.

Transport driver stopped for going 125 km/h on Highway 17 in Kenora. May 31/23 (Ontario Provincial Police)

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