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Peel Regional Police vehicle seen in a side mirror

– Metroland file photo

It was a busy morning for Peel Regional Police on the road, with officers charging motorists with stunt driving in three separate incidents.

The incidents — two in Brampton and one in Mississauga — occurred early June 25.

Police clocked the drivers going 173, 130 and 177 km/h, the latter of which saw the driver going 107 km/h over the speed limit.

Officers are begging motorists to “slow down” and be cautious, while others are calling for stiff penalties.

“Crazy drivers could kill innocent people,” tweeted Marco Rivera. “Get them out of Canadian streets.”

In each incident, the drivers’ licences have been suspended for seven days and their vehicles seized for seven days.

Source: Mississauga.com