Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation
News Centre

News Centre


Monday, June 22, 2020

UPDATE: Stunt Driving Continues On HWY 6

Bruce Peninsula | by Claire McCormack  

OPP say they charged 15 drivers on the Bruce Peninsula this weekend for stunt driving.

Image from OPP_WR on Twitter 

Grey Bruce OPP are calling the number of of people whose licences were suspended for stunt driving on Highway 6 on the Bruce Peninsula this past weekend, "disturbing."

Police say in all, 15 drivers were stopped on the Bruce Peninsula for doing 50km/h or more over the speed limit.

OPP report speeds between 135 km/h and 170 km/h on Saturday.

One driver was from Owen Sound, while the others were from Montreal, East York, Milton, Brampton, London, North York, Weillington North, Wellesley Township, Kitchener, and Cambridge. They ranged in age from 18 to 51 years old.

#GreyBruceOPP Saturday a disturbing 9 drivers stopped and charged for stunt driving on Hwy 6 between Wiarton and Ferndale. Speeds between 138-169km/h. Today 2 drivers have been charged. #OPP officers are working to keep roads safe. ^ab #SlowDown #DriveSafe #JourneyResponsibly pic.twitter.com/x2xICspOXG

share this story



Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation
© 2020 Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation

Web Site by Websmart Inc