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Oklahoma Highway Patrol sees troubling increase in speeders


by: Taylor Mitchell/KFOR March 27, 2023 OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is seeing a troubling trend in more drivers speeding on Sooner State highways. Troopers say they are catching speeders going over 100 miles per hour daily, and they believe it is because more people are moving into the state. “It’s happening and those tickets are being written. And, you know, if you’re going triple digits on an Oklahoma roadway, you will be fined. You will be stopped,” said Eric Foster, Oklahoma Highway Patrol.

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