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Ottawa driver facing charges after clocking 165 km/h on Highway 417: OPP

The Ontario Provincial police (OPP) says an Ottawa driver is facing charges after being caught speeding on Highway 417 near Moodie station Saturday morning. (OPP/ X) The Ontario Provincial police (OPP) says an Ottawa driver is facing charges after being caught speeding on Highway 417 near Moodie station Saturday morning. (OPP/ X)
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The Ontario Provincial police (OPP) says an Ottawa driver is facing charges after being caught speeding on Highway 417 near Moodie station Saturday morning.

The driver clocked 165 km/h, police say.

As a result, they are facing a 30-day driver’s licence suspension and a 14-day vehicle impoundment.

If convicted, they will also face six demerit points.

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