Thunder Bay Drivers in Demolition Derby?

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Thunder Bay Police Service officers and civilian volunteers were helping the RFDA today
Thunder Bay Police Service officers and civilian volunteers were helping the RFDA today
Massive snow banks from the snow along Justice Avenue in the Fort William Business District
Massive snow banks from the snow along Justice Avenue in the Fort William Business District

Thunder Bay Roads Slippery – Slow Down!

Thunder Bay – News – Thunder Bay drivers are having a number of traffic accidents over the recent days. Thunder Bay Police have seen large numbers of car accidents as a result of slippery streets, and cold temperatures.

Over the past several days, Police have responded to far too many vehicle collisions. In the past twenty-four hour period, there were 34 vehicle accidents.

Seems some Thunder Bay drivers still do not know how to slow down and drive safe on our roads.

The colder weather has freed up officers over the past couple of days, there were only 16 Quality of Life calls responded to by Thunder Bay Police.

Thunder Bay Police ‘Stuff it’ for the RFDA

Thunder Bay Police Service officers and civilian volunteers were helping the RFDA today
Thunder Bay Police Service officers and civilian volunteers were helping the RFDA today

On Saturday, Thunder Bay Police Service sworn and civilian members were volunteering at Metro on River Street today until 4 pm accepting donations for the Regional Food Distribution Association.

“We even brought the large Traffic van because we know the citizens of Thunder Bay are generous,” share the TBPPS.

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Traffic Accidents are topping the crime report for Thunder Bay Police
Traffic Accidents are topping the crime report for Thunder Bay Police
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