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Canada RCMP charge another driver with speeding excessively on P.E.I.

01:10  24 june  2020
01:10  24 june  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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© Travis Kingdon/CBC RCMP say they will continue to seize vehicles from drivers who are speeding excessively . An eastern P . E . I . woman had her Reported incidents include: Four of the five drivers charged were under the age of 22. RCMP described this excessive speeding as very dangerous

RCMP partnered with P . E . I . Highway Safety and provincial conservation officers on the traffic stops. (Brian Higgins/CBC). Check stops set up in eastern P . E . I . Friday night resulted in an impaired driving charge and the arrest of another driver with a Canada-wide driving prohibition.

a white and black truck sitting on top of a car: RCMP seized the vehicle they say was speeding excessively and the person's driver's licence is being sent for re-examination. © CBC RCMP seized the vehicle they say was speeding excessively and the person's driver's licence is being sent for re-examination.

Another driver on Prince Edward Island has been charged with excessive speeding, RCMP said in a media release on Tuesday.

The driver was caught by RCMP on Monday at about 9:20 p.m., travelling at 157 km/hr in a 90 km/hr zone on Route 2 in Bloomfield, P.E.I., according to police.

Police said the driver has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act for speeding 60 km/hr or more over the posted limit.

The vehicle has been seized and the person's driver's licence is being sent for re-examination.

La Loche woman airlifted to Saskatoon with serious injuries after hit and run

  La Loche woman airlifted to Saskatoon with serious injuries after hit and run A 20-year-old woman from La Loche needed to be airlifted to Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon after being struck by a vehicle early Friday morning. La Loche RCMP say the driver of the vehicle didn't stop. The incident happened around 2:30 a.m. Friday. The woman was found laying on a street in La Loche suffering from serious injuries. She was taken to hospital in La Loche before being flown to Saskatoon. RCMP believe the injured woman hadLa Loche RCMP say the driver of the vehicle didn't stop.

RCMP on P . E . I . issued multiple tickets to a teenager they say was driving at twice the speed limit in Stratford during the early morning hours Saturday. The driver was ticketed for speeding and unsafe passing. In addition, the teenager faces two violations in connection with graduated licensing rules.

RCMP on P . E . I . issued multiple tickets to a teenager they say was driving at twice the speed limit in Stratford during the early morning hours Saturday. The driver was ticketed for speeding and unsafe passing. In addition, the teenager faces two violations in connection with graduated licensing rules.

This follows a series of incidents involving P.E.I. drivers travelling at excessive speeds, prompting RCMP collision experts to call the recent trend on P.E.I. roads, frightening.

More from CBC P.E.I.

Rimbey RCMP charge pedestrian in crash north of Red Deer .
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