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CanadaAgain? Same car? Photos capture another doors open car haul on QEW

19:40  08 may  2019
19:40  08 may  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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Driver of doors open QEW car now facing dangerous driving charges. The driver of a car caught on a widely-shared video heading down the QEW with its doors wide open and something hanging out of the trunk has been charged yet again — this time, for his unorthodox method of hauling scrap.

Remember that video of a driver carting wood planks on the QEW with the rear doors of their car wide open ? After CBC News ran that story, Facebook user Jonathan Sutherland sent in photos of what looks like the same car , doing the same thing

Remember that video of a driver carting wood planks on the QEW with the rear doors of their car wide open? Turns out it may not be the first time that has happened this spring.

After CBC News ran that story, Facebook user Jonathan Sutherland sent in photos of what looks like the same car, doing the same thing, in the exact same area of the highway — except this time, carrying what looks like a steel beam in the back.

Sutherland says the photos were taken on April 11, which is exactly three weeks before the second incident occurred.

"I was driving around 120 km/h and he passed me," Sutherland said in a message. "I was thinking he was high on something."

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Remember that video of a driver carting wood planks on the QEW with the rear doors of their car wide open ? This photo of a driver on the QEW carting what appears to be a steel beam was taken three weeks before video surfaced online of what looks like the same vehicle carrying a load of wood.

Driver of doors open QEW car now facing dangerous driving charges: ‘Please don’t do this’: Police looking for driver seen on QEW carrying oversize The driver of a car caught on a widely-shared video carrying a load down the QEW with its doors wide open and something hanging out of the trunk has

Ontario Provincial Police Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said it could have been the same car in both instances, but it's tough to say for sure.

"Who knows?" he said.

Again? Same car? Photos capture another doors open car haul on QEW© Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Submitted by Jonathan Sutherland

The licence plate isn't clear in either the photos or the video. But the make and colour of the car looks to be the same — and in both instances, the rear driver's side window is discoloured.

Schmidt said it would be tough to find the driver in either case without a licence plate, unless he or she was caught in the act.

The video below shows the incident from May 2. Warning: Video contains coarse language.

Schmidt also advised drivers to never do anything like this.

"If you have to put something in your vehicle that doesn't fit, you need a different vehicle," he said.

"You can't make up these sorts of contraptions to get things home."

adam.carter@cbc.ca

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Driver of doors open QEW car now facing dangerous driving charges.
The driver of a car caught on a widely-shared video heading down the QEW with its doors wide open and something hanging out of the trunk has been charged yet again — this time, for his unorthodox method of hauling scrap.

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