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Off-road detour

Firefighters and police check out a Jeep Cherokee that crossed over oncoming lanes and came to rest on a boulevard at the corner of Terminal and Princess Royal avenues Monday morning.The Jeep was travelling west on Princess Royal Avenue when it left the road, scraped one parked car and narrowly missed a building before it stopped. The male driver was checked by paramedics at the scene as police searched the vehicle. Police are investigating why the driver lost control of the vehicle. - Chris Bush photo
Firefighters and police check out a Jeep Cherokee that crossed over oncoming lanes and came to rest on a boulevard at the corner of Terminal and Princess Royal avenues Monday morning.The Jeep was travelling west on Princess Royal Avenue when it left the road, scraped one parked car and narrowly missed a building before it stopped. The male driver was checked by paramedics at the scene as police searched the vehicle. Police are investigating why the driver lost control of the vehicle.
— image credit: Chris Bush photo
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