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Invasive species Firefighters direct a tow truck to a Dodge minivan that came to rest in the  front garden of an apartment building at 1480 Boundary Cr. Tuesday afternoon. The unoccupied vehicle was parked in a steep driveway at a home across the street when it suddenly rolled across Boundary Crescent, shortly before 6 p.m. Police investigated to determine the reason for the runaway. No one was injured. - CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin
Invasive species Firefighters direct a tow truck to a Dodge minivan that came to rest in the front garden of an apartment building at 1480 Boundary Cr. Tuesday afternoon. The unoccupied vehicle was parked in a steep driveway at a home across the street when it suddenly rolled across Boundary Crescent, shortly before 6 p.m. Police investigated to determine the reason for the runaway. No one was injured.
— image credit: CHRIS BUSH/The News Bulletin

Firefighters direct a tow truck to a Dodge minivan that came to rest in the  front garden of an apartment building at 1480 Boundary Cres. Tuesday afternoon.

The unoccupied vehicle was parked in a steep driveway at a home across the street when it suddenly rolled across Boundary Crescent, shortly before 6 p.m. Police investigated to determine the reason for the runaway. No one was injured.

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