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Driver caught going 164 km on 102 near Lower Sackville

For the second time this week, a driver has been charged with stunting on Highway 102 near Lower Sackville
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(Meghan Groff/HalifaxToday.ca)

For the second time this week, a driver has been charged with stunting on Highway 102 near Lower Sackville.

Yesterday's incident occurred just before 11:00 p.m. when an RCMP officer out on regular patrol notices a vehicle travelling at high speeds.

The officer used RADAR to clock the driver at 164 km/hour in a 100 km/hour zone.

The officer stopped the vehicle and charged a 21-year-old Fall River man with stunting, towing his vehicle and suspending his license for one week.

The fine for stunting in Nova Scotia is $2,422.50.

RCMP remind drivers that speed is a major cause of fatal collisions, and that if you see someone driving unsafely you can report it to RCMP by calling 1-800-803-7267 or 911.




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