OPP crack down on speeders, aggressive drivers

TORONTO, Ont. — Heavy-footed drivers paid the price on the Queen Elizabeth Way in Toronto over the past few days, as the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) cracked down on speeders.

More than 1,300 drivers were pulled over and charged during the four-day blitz, dubbed Operation Cooperation by the OPP.

As many as 50 police officers participated in the blitz, which wrapped up yesterday, and all told there were more than 2,100 vehicles pulled over. Speeders and aggressive drivers were the main targets, on the stretch of highway between Toronto and the Fort Erie/Buffalo border.

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