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CanadaLoose tire crashes into car windshield on Highway 400 near Highway 89, all lanes closed

17:36  12 june  2019
17:36  12 june  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Georgetown woman charged with impaired driving after head-on crash with police car

Georgetown woman charged with impaired driving after head-on crash with police car A woman is facing impaired driving charges after she allegedly drove head-on into a parked police cruiser and attempted to flee the scene. No one was injured in the crash on Highway 7, between Trafalgar Road and Main Street North in Georgetown, which happened shortly before 4 a.m., according to Staff Sgt. Paul Davies, spokesperson for Halton Regional Police. Georgetown, northwest of Toronto, is a community in the town of Halton Hills. The driver, a 24-year-old Georgetown, Ont. woman, is facing two impaired driving charges.

windshield on highway A Scarborough man managed to escape without any serious injuries after a runaway tire came flying through his windshield on the 401 near Ajax was travelling westbound on Highway 401 approaching Salem Road when "a tire flew over the median and smashed into my car .

A stretch of Highway 400 about an hour north of Toronto was closed in both directions after it was turned into a heap of "tangled, twisted metal" by a

Loose tire crashes into car windshield on Highway 400 near Highway 89, all lanes closed© Sgt. Kerry Schmidt / Ontario Provincial Police A car tire from a northbound vehicle went flying into a woman driving in the southbound lanes of Highway 400 north of Highway 89.

The Ontario Provincial Police say a woman has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after the wheel of another vehicle came crashing into her windshield on Highway 400 north of Highway 89 near Innisfil.

OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt said a vehicle was travelling northbound on Highway 400 when the front fire came flying off and bounced into the southbound lanes striking the windshield of another car injuring the driver.

The southbound and northbound lanes of Highway 400 are closed. OPP said the highway will remain closed for some time for the investigation.

Grizzly bear killed after being hit by semi on highway in Banff National Park

Grizzly bear killed after being hit by semi on highway in Banff National Park BANFF, Alta. — A male grizzly bear has been killed after being hit by a semi truck in Banff National Park. The collision happened just after midnight Tuesday on Highway 93 South near the Trans-Canada Highway. Resource conservation manager Bill Hunt says the highway is not fenced in that area and speed is not believed to have been a factor because it's an uphill section of road. The truck driver called in the death and wildlife staff found the

Deadly crash on Highway 400 near Barrie, Ontario. The crash took place in the northbound lanes of Highway 400 south of Barrie, Ont., late Tuesday night, when police said a transport truck crashed into slowing traffic All Highway 400 lanes are closed between County Road 88 and Highway 89 .

TORONTO – The southbound lanes of Highway 400 at Highway 89 have reopened to traffic following a three car collision Monday morning. The incident happened just before 6 a.m. on the southbound lanes and two people were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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Ornge air ambulance landed on the highway and transported a woman suffering serious injuries to a trauma centre.

Ornge said this is at least the third response from their crews in the last month involving tires separating from vehicles.

Schmidt said there are several vehicles pulled over, including the white vehicle that lost its front tire.

10 cm of snow forecast for Banff and Jasper parks, Environment Canada warns.
As much as 10 centimetres of snow is expected to fall in the mountain parks by Friday morning, Environment Canada says in a weather alert on its website. The snowfall warnings apply to Banff National Park — including around the Banff and Lake Louise townsites — as well as Jasper National Park. "Snow developed last night and will continue today and tonight over portions of Highway 93," the agency said in a release. "Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. If visibility is reduced while driving, turn on your lights and maintain a safe following distance.

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