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Bad turn: A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries after a two-vehicle crash at Jubilee Parkway and S. Dogwood Street Wednesday morning. RCMP say the collision occurred when the woman, driving the black Ford pickup, turned left onto Dogwood in front of a commercial welding truck. It could have been worse, a large welder flew off the back of the truck and landed on the road while a 12-foot length of heavy channel iron went flying across the intersection and landed harmlessly by the roadside. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Bad turn: A woman was taken to hospital with minor injuries after a two-vehicle crash at Jubilee Parkway and S. Dogwood Street Wednesday morning. RCMP say the collision occurred when the woman, driving the black Ford pickup, turned left onto Dogwood in front of a commercial welding truck. It could have been worse, a large welder flew off the back of the truck and landed on the road while a 12-foot length of heavy channel iron went flying across the intersection and landed harmlessly by the roadside.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror
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