Two Youngsters Start Their ‘Double-Double’ Duty Early

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Tim Hortons will share their new Dark Roast coffee blend in two test markets. The new Tim Hortons Dark Roast coffee is available at participating Tim Hortons locations in Columbus, Ohio starting today and will be available at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in London, Ontario
It is not known if the two youngsters were simply seeking a 'Double-Double' Dark Roast.
Tim Hortons will share their new Dark Roast coffee blend in two test markets. The new Tim Hortons Dark Roast coffee is available at participating Tim Hortons locations in Columbus, Ohio starting today and will be available at participating Tim Hortons restaurants in London, Ontario
It is not known if the two youngsters were simply seeking a ‘Double-Double’ Dark Roast.

HALDIMAND COUNTY, ON – And you think your craving for a ‘Double-Double’ is bad? The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Haldimand County Detachment have completed investigating a single motor vehicle involving an eight-year-old driver and six-year-old passenger at a Main Street North, Jarvis, Haldimand County, Ontario address.

On Thursday May 4, 2017 at 06:55AM EDT, the Ontario Provincial Police responded to the Tim Hortons on Main Street North in Haldimand Country. Police were investigating a single vehicle collision after an employee reported a pickup truck travelled over the curb and into the field.

The employee went to check on the occupants and located the two young males in the vehicle. The employee told police the children were not injured.

OPP investigation has determined the eight-year-old male and his six-year-old b brother took the pickup truck from their residence and travelled to Tim Hortons to get some breakfast when the eight-year-old lost control of the vehicle in the drive thru area.

The truck then travelled over the curb and into the field where the vehicle became stuck.

Neither was injured and there was no damage to the pickup truck.

No charges were laid in the incident.

The two budding Tim Horton’s customers were then turned over to their parents.

It is not know if Tim Horton’s staff filled their breakfast order. 🙂

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