A Fort Saskatchewan man was caught going 52km/h over the speed limit on Tuesday (January 9).
The incident occurred on Anthony Henday Drive near 66 Street, where the driver was spotted by police at 7:16 p.m. The speed limit on Anthony Henday Drive is 100 km/h.
The 23-year-old has been given a speeding ticket and was ordered to appear before a judge.
The consequence for Alberta drivers caught going more than 51 km/h above the speed limit is the loss of six demerit points and a mandatory court appearance.
Road conditions were hazardous across the city that day, with 279 collisions reported to police and wind chill temperatures reaching below -30.

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