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Speeding Saskatchewan drivers face dangerous driving charges

One car was caught going 214 km/h and the other car was clocked at 190 km/h on Highway 18, said the Saskatchewan RCMP. File / Global News

Two men are facing dangerous driving charges after RCMP said they were speeding on a two-lane highway in southeast Saskatchewan.

RCMP said an officer from the Estevan detachment was patrolling Highway 18 when he spotted two red cars travelling eastbound near Bienfait.

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Police said the cars were side by side on the two-lane stretch of highway and travelling at a high speed.

One car was caught going 214 km/h and the other car was clocked at 190 km/h, police said. The speed limit is 110 km/h.

Police said a 34-year-old man from Estevan and a 30-year-old man from Bienfait are charged with dangerous operation of a motor vehicle under the Criminal Code.

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They are scheduled to appear in Estevan provincial court on June 14.

Both vehicles were also impounded, RCMP confirmed to Global News.

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