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A firefighter disconnects the battery on a smashed-up Kia whose driver made an ill-advised left turn Thursday morning. According to RCMP, the driver turned left and struck the black Nissan heading through the green light at Jubilee Parkway and South Dogwood Street. No one was injured and the Kia took the worst of the collision. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
A firefighter disconnects the battery on a smashed-up Kia whose driver made an ill-advised left turn Thursday morning. According to RCMP, the driver turned left and struck the black Nissan heading through the green light at Jubilee Parkway and South Dogwood Street. No one was injured and the Kia took the worst of the collision.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

A firefighter disconnects the battery on a smashed-up Kia whose driver made an ill-advised left turn Thursday morning.

According to RCMP, the driver turned left and struck the black Nissan heading through the green light at Jubilee Parkway and South Dogwood Street. No one was injured and the Kia took the worst of the collision.

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