A truck driving force has been charged after a transport truck hit the Highway 400 overpass in Innisfil, Ont., and the driving force left the scene, South Simcoe police say.
Officers say they have been known as to Innisfil Beach Road and Highway 400 on Monday afternoon for a document of a truck hitting a bridge.
According to police, the crash led to “significant damage” to the overpass and compelled the closure of Innisfil Beach Road between the off- and on-ramps of Highway 400 for roughly two hours.
The transport truck was once discovered a number of kilometres away in a while after the crash, officials say.
A 55-year-old Severn, Ont., guy, was once charged with failing to document an coincidence and with having an outsized automobile that violates a allow.
No one was once injured because of the crash, police say.
The driving force was once launched with a long run courtroom date.
Six injured, hospitalized following critical Innisfil automotive crash
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