Cops nab 25 drivers in speed trap

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Police charged 25 drivers in less than three hours Friday morning on Queen Street North.

South-Bruce OPP set up a radar enforcement after receiving complaints about speeding on the stretch of road. Local cops have been using a speed recording sign to monitor traffic in the area, and information confirmed the stretch of road was a problem area.

Between 6:30 a.m.  and 8 a.m., 25 speeding charges were laid.

The highest speed recorded using the sign was 118 km/hr in 50 km/hr zone, and the highest recorded speed during the blitz was 94 km/hr.

Three people were charged under the new racing legislation, meaning their licence and vehicle is taken for seven days. Driving more than 50 km.hr over the posted limit constitutes racing.