Dryden Police Report on Busy Day of Traffic Accidents

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Dryden Police Service

Weather Conditions keeps Police busy with collisions

DRYDEN – NEWS – Six motor vehicle collisions were reported to the Dryden Police on Thursday, February 14, 2019.

At 6:43 am, a collision occurred at Government Street and Myrtle Ave. A 49-year-old female driver was taken to hospital by ambulance with minor injuries and the 51-year-old driver of the other vehicle faces charges of Turn Not in Safety under the Highway Traffic Act. Both vehicles had to be towed away.

At 10:36 am, a 34-year-old driver struck a tree on Duke Street. No injuries were reported and no charges were laid.

At 3:06 pm, a two-vehicle collision occurred at Van Horne and Albert Street. There were no injuries reported. Both vehicles sustained extensive damage and required towing. No charges laid.

At 3:35 pm, a two-vehicle collision occurred at Arthur Street and Kirkpatrick. Both vehicles sustained minor damage and no injuries were reported. No charges were laid.

At 5:15 pm, a two-vehicle collision occurred on Government Street near 7-11. Both vehicles sustained minor damage. No injuries were reported and no charges were laid.

At 10:26 pm, a vehicle collided with a moose calf near the Fair Grounds on Highway 601. No injuries were reported.

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