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Teen driver caught at “100 km/h” above speed limit attempts cornfield escape
Teen driver caught at 100 km/h above speed limit attempts cornfield escape

Teen driver caught at “100 km/h” above speed limit attempts cornfield escape

A young Markham driver is facing numerous charges after an off road adventure Wednesday night.

OPP say an officer clocked an SUV going 191km/h in a 90 zone on Morris Road on Wednesday evening. When the officer went to pull the driver over, the BMW slowed and pulled onto a private laneway before heading right into a cornfield.

The vehicle allegedly bottomed out and nearly got stuck several times before the driver looped back around toward the laneway. The officer positioned his cruiser to block the exit and arrest the driver.

The 18-year-old was arrested and charged with dangerous driving, flight from police, racing a motor vehicle and driving while under suspension.

The BMW, which was leaking fluid, was impounded for a week and the driver is due in Goderich court on August 15th.

Agencies/Canadajournal




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    4 comments

    1. When he drove into that cornfield….why didn’t his airbag go off? It should have.

    2. Mom and dad must be so proud.

    3. Good on the teen for not submitting to the entrapment that is speeding tickets.

      People know how to accelerate to faster speeds safely we dont need the OPP to hold our hand everywhere

    4. don’t tell me…some young spoiled asian punk

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