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Speeding blitz in Kelowna issues 80 tickets in November

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 07 Dec, 2023 04:52 PM
  • Speeding blitz in Kelowna issues 80 tickets in November

It was a busy month for Kelowna R-C-M-P officers as they dealt with a slew of speeding drivers in November.

The Mounties say they handed out 80 speeding tickets last month.

They say another 12 drivers had their vehicles impounded for going over the speed limit by more than 40 kilometres an hour.

In addition, four drivers were arrested for impaired driving.

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