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Driver clocked 122 km/h over speed limit in Saskatoon

Driver clocked 122 km/h over speed limit in Saskatoon
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The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) traffic unit took to social media to say they clocked a motorist going 122 kilometres per hour over the speed limit this past weekend.

The tweet on Feb. 16 said the 19-year-old driver initially failed to stop for them the night before but officers caught up with him later on.

Police said he was clocked travelling 212 km/h in the 90 km/h zone on Circle Drive near Lorne Avenue.

A 19-year old male was clocked at 212 km/h in the 90 zone on Circle Dr near Lorne Av. He initially failed to stop for police. Officers caught up to him later last night. $1602 for the speed and a date with the judge for failing to stop for police. His ride ended up in car jail. pic.twitter.com/db2x7dSVty

SPS said he was fined $1,602 for the speed and given a date with a judge for failing to stop for police. Police said his car was impounded as well.
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