Turner Valley RCMP Catch Female Motorcyclist Going 224 km/hr in a Posted 90 km/hr Zone

Turner Valley, Alberta – On June 12th, 2019 an RCMP member was conducting high visibility rural patrols as part of a Foothills County Enhanced Policing Agreement.

At approximately 5:40pm, the officer observed a motorcycle travelling south bound on Hwy 762 at a high rate of speed. The motorcycle’s speed was confirmed with the use of a radar unit at a top speed of 224 km/hr in a posted 90 km/hr zone. The motorcycle was stopped and a 26 year old female from Calgary, Alberta was subsequently summoned to appear for mandatory court in Turner Valley, AB next month.

Turner Valley RCMP Catch Female Motorcyclist Going 224 km/hr in a Posted 90 km/hr Zone
Turner Valley RCMP Catch Female Motorcyclist Going 224 km/hr in a Posted 90 km/hr Zone

The RCMP would like to remind motorists that travelling at such an extreme rate of speed poses a serious risk to the driver as well as the general public.

Turner Valley RCMP



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