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A Campbell River man was okay after accidentally running his Honda Civic into a bus shelter Wednesday afternoon on Alder Street, just east of 2nd Avenue. According to RCMP, the driver suffered a leg injury while at the Sportsplex and was heading to Campbell River Hospital to have it checked out when he momentarily blacked out and the accident occurred. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
A Campbell River man was okay after accidentally running his Honda Civic into a bus shelter Wednesday afternoon on Alder Street, just east of 2nd Avenue. According to RCMP, the driver suffered a leg injury while at the Sportsplex and was heading to Campbell River Hospital to have it checked out when he momentarily blacked out and the accident occurred.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

A Campbell River man was okay after accidentally running his Honda Civic into a bus shelter Wednesday afternoon on Alder Street, just east of 2nd Avenue.

According to RCMP, the driver suffered a leg injury while at the Sportsplex and was heading to Campbell River Hospital to have it checked out when he momentarily blacked out and the accident occurred.

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