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Driver winged it on Campbell River stretch of highway

Wings from a light aircraft went flying from a trailer hauled by this Dodge Ram pickup following an accident Tuesday afternoon at the Inland Island Highway and Willis Road. According to RCMP, the northbound pickup failed to stop for a red light and T-boned a green Toyota Echo that was crossing east across Willis. The female driver of the Echo was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries, while the male driver of the Dodge was treated on scene by ambulance paramedics. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
Wings from a light aircraft went flying from a trailer hauled by this Dodge Ram pickup following an accident Tuesday afternoon at the Inland Island Highway and Willis Road. According to RCMP, the northbound pickup failed to stop for a red light and T-boned a green Toyota Echo that was crossing east across Willis. The female driver of the Echo was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries, while the male driver of the Dodge was treated on scene by ambulance paramedics.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

Wings from a light aircraft went flying from a trailer hauled by this Dodge Ram pickup following an accident Tuesday afternoon at the Inland Island Highway and Willis Road.

According to RCMP, the northbound pickup failed to stop for a red light and T-boned a green Toyota Echo that was crossing east across Willis. The female driver of the Echo was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries, while the male driver of the Dodge was treated on scene by ambulance paramedics.

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