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Sudbury.com reported today that two teenage girls were taken to hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries Wednesday night after a four-vehicle car accident on Skead Road near Radar Road. Sudbury Police reported on certain social media posts about the collision, with some claiming that a vehicle had stopped and the driver was taking pictures of a moose and when it was rear-ended. A particular facebook post indicated thta “someone was stopped on the road taking a picture of a moose from the driver’s seat and they got smoked from behind, killed the moose and the car caught fire.” Anyone with information is asked to call the Greater Subdury Police.
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OPP Officer injured in Hamilton after being hit by car
Global News reported today that an OPP officer suffered a head injury after being hit by a car while directing traffic in Hamilto...
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