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Man charged with stunting after vehicle clocked travelling 68 km/h over the speed limit

A driver was charged with stunting for going at 168 km/h in Fall River.
A driver was charged with stunting for going at 168 km/h in Fall River. FILE Provided/ Nova Scotia RCMP

A 25-year-old man from Fletchers Lake, N.S., has been charged with stunting on Thursday.

On Thursday a vehicle activated the RADAR system of an RCMP patrol car on Highway 102 in Fall River, N.S.

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The system clocked the vehicle’s travelling at 168 km/h in a 100 km/h zone.

The vehicle was seized and the 25-year-old was charged with stunting, a charge that brings with it a $2,422.50 fine under the Nova Scotia Motor Vehicle Act.

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In a press release, the RCMP remind the public that road safety is a priority for police and drivers.

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