According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, more than 26,000 "enforcement contacts" were made during the recent Memorial Day weekend reporting period. One of those contacts made a particular impression on the OSHP. A motorcycle operator was clocked for travelling at 147 miles per hour in a 65 mph zone on I-71 in Medina County on Sunday evening. The driver was pulled over just past the Brunswick-Strongsville border. The dash cam footage of the traffic stop was shared on the OSHP's Facebook page on Wednesday. "Do you know how fast you were going," an Ohio State Highway Patrol trooper asked the motorcycle driver after he had pulled over. "I wasn't paying attention. I don't know," the driver replied. He did not provide an answer to troopers as to why he was traveling so fast. OSHP also reported 17 deaths on the state's roadways during the holiday weekend. There were also 490 OVI arrests, 299 drug arrests and 3,992 safety belt citations.