An Ontario man has been charged after officers arrested him for allegedly driving 190 km/h in a 100 km/h zone with two children in the vehicle.
Ontario Provincial Police said in a press release that the incident happened early Sunday morning, on Highway 400 in Aurora, Ont., which is north of Toronto.
The man, 41, was tested for impaired driving and registered “in the warn range.”
He faces charges of stunt driving and careless driving, had his driver’s license suspended and his vehicle impounded.
The OPP urges drivers to report suspected impaired or dangerous drivers by calling 911. The OPP says it will “treat these calls as priorities and will endeavour to take these drivers off the road before they are involved in a collision which could have tragic outcomes.”
Source: CTV News