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Fire Chief Fred Burrows says the extent of the driver’s injury is unknown at this time.

“Anytime a person is trapped in a vehicle where you have to use heavy hydraulics to extricate him, you can almost assume that there are other injuries to follow,” says Chief Burrows.

The other occupants, which include children, were taken to hospital for observation.

The cause of the collision has yet to be confirmed, but Chief Burrows says crews have reported slippery roads and foggy conditions.

This incident occurred on Tuesday March 24, 2015 just before 11:45 p.m.

 

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