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Ontario Driver Speeding Down The 400 Was Almost As Fast As A Plane

One Ontario driver is facing charges after being caught going over 200 kilometres an hour on Tuesday.

According to the OPP Highway Safety Division, a 19-year-old motorist was stopped for travelling 221 kilometres an hour on Highway 400. 

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The driver's shocking speed almost reached that of a Boeing 737, which takes off at 250 kilometres an hour.

The incident, which occurred around 12:50 a.m., resulted in the driver being charged with stunt driving.

The OPP also reported that the driver's vehicle was impounded and their licence was suspended for seven days.

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