27-year-old woman had only G2 licence
A woman has been charged after an officer spotted the vehicle travelling at 56 kilometres per hour over the posted speed limit in Nobleton, in the City of Vaughan.
Officers with the #1 District and #4 District Community Oriented Response (COR) Unit were currently conducting a commuter and commercial vehicle initiative on Highway 27 between Highway 9 and Highway 7, wen on Thursday, September 15, 2016, shortly after 7:50 a.m. they saw the dangerous driving.
The area has a commercial shopping plaza and an elementary school. One of the police officers used a RADAR device and measured the vehicle as travelling at 116 km.The driver, a 27-year-old woman from Kleinburg with a G2 licence, was charged with Stunt Driving and Speeding. Her vehicle was impounded for seven days and her licence was suspended.
Excessive speed has consistently been a contributing factor in many serious and fatal collisions that occur on our roads. Speeding drivers or those engaging in street racing put themselves and others at risk of death or serious injury when they choose to disobey traffic laws and disregard public safety. York Regional Police is committed to enforcing traffic laws and making our roads safer.
Call 9-1-1 if you see dangerous driving practices that could cause personal injury or loss of life. When contacting police, try to note the vehicle’s location, direction of travel, make, model, licence plate number and driver’s description. – CINEWS