According to the Maine State Police Facebook page, troopers clocked a driver doing 127 miles-per-hour on the Maine Turnpike.

The incident took place near Wells on the highway;s northbound side at approximately 10 PM on Sunday (May 24th) evening.  A ticket (or tickets) was written for the appropriate violations.

As the driver was going over 30 miles-per-hour over the speed limit, this would be considered a "Class E Crime", meaning the driver could face a $1,000 find, six months in jail, and license revocation.

WELLS - On May 24, 2020, at approximately 10 PM, Troop G Troopers stopped a vehicle traveling 127 mph northbound on the...

Posted by Maine State Police - Headquarters on Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Now, we don't know where the driver was from, but something tells me he (or she) was in a crazy hurry to start their vacation.  Or, maybe they were just in a big hurry to start their fourteen day quarantine?

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