Speeding: Motorcyclist Charged with Speeding 321 Km/h On Highway In the Rain

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Authorities say a 28-year-old man in upstate New York has been charged with driving his motorcycle at nearly 200 mph (321 km/h) on a highway in the rain.

State police say a trooper clocked Anthony Anderson of Poughkeepsie driving at 193 mph (310 km/h) around 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, in the southbound lanes of Interstate 87 just south of Albany – the same stretch of road where another motorcyclist was spotted doing 166 mph earlier this month.

The trooper was able to get a description of the high-performance bike and alerted nearby patrols.

Troopers eventually stopped Anderson in the town of Rosendale. He told them he was headed to a hospital to visit a patient.

Anderson was issued 14 traffic tickets, including one for speeding.

It couldn’t be immediately determined if he had a lawyer.

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One thoughtful comment

  1. 14 traffic tickets? There’s speeding, probably a reckless endangerment type one, but the rest? It’s hard to think of that many driving infractions.

    Sounds like there’s a maximum penalty for speeding, and they are fabricating or punitively adding random infractions.

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