Police Report Quiet Night

Thunder Bay Police Crime Report
Thunder Bay Crime Report

Thunder Bay PoliceTHUNDER BAY – Police in Thunder Bay had another fairly quiet twenty-four hours. Police handled 53 calls over the past twenty-four hours. They included only a dozen Quality of Life calls, two sexual assaults, and three assaults. There were 19 traffic related calls.

It also appears that with the warmer weather, roads and motorcycles are meeting with cars and trucks, and sometimes with each other.

Police handling traffic calls

A two motorcycle collision on Hilldale Road on Thursday evening at about 10:15PMEDT sent two males ages 26 and 29 years of age to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. The 26 year old driver suffered serious injury and remains in hospital. The 29 year old was treated for minor injuries.

Police will be continuing the investigation later today. Charges are pending.

This morning in the downtown northward, police blocked off an area to investigate a traffic collision. “A collision that occurred at about 8:30AMEDT at the intersection of River St and Cumberland St. is presently being investigated by the Traffic Unit. Officers are currently winding down the on scene investigation and the streets are now re-opened to traffic.


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