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CanadaCargo truck lands on roof of house, Scarborough man charged: OPP

19:52  10 september  2019
19:52  10 september  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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0:53 Cargo truck lands on roof of house , Scarborough man charged . WATCH ABOVE: Ontario Provincial Police - North East Region shared a video on A 24-year-old Scarborough man has been charged with careless driving after a truck driving in northern Ontario landed on the roof of a house

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Cargo truck lands on roof of house, Scarborough man charged: OPP © Twitter/OPP North East According to officers, there was nobody in the house at the time, and both the truck's occupants were not injured.

A 24-year-old Scarborough man has been charged with careless driving after a truck driving in northern Ontario landed on the roof of a house on Monday, Nipissing West OPP say.

At about 5:15 p.m., police and fire crews responded to the single-vehicle collision on Highway 64 in Alban, Ont., officers say.

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The commercial truck, which was travelling east, drove off the road and into a driveway culvert, police add.

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A section of Highway 64 has reopened after a tractor trailer collided with a hydro pole and landed on top of a It appears to hit the ditch before striking a hydro pole, causing the back end of the truck to lift up and land on top of the roof of a home. The driver of the truck was charged with careless driving.

This is a maneuver that would be hard to replicate. A Penske truck is headed down a highway in Ontario, Canada when it hits a ditch, crashes into a utility pole, and then somehow leaps up to the roof of a house . The video was caught on a dashcam from a driver headed home from work.

The truck then hit a hydro pole, which caused its back to lift up and land on the roof of a house, police say.

According to officers, there was nobody in the house at the time. There were two people in the truck, but neither were injured.

Hydro One and Ministry of Transportation workers attended the scene to assist.

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Police say the highway was closed for a few hours before it fully reopened at 3 a.m.

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