OPP Report over 30 collisions on 401 during Storm in SD&G – Cornwall Ontario and area police blotter – February 3, 2011

OPP Report over 30 collisions on 401 during Storm in SD&G – Cornwall Ontario and area police blotter – February 3, 2011

Cornwall ON –  Local OPP reported a busy day Wednesday February 2 with over 30 calls due to collisions on the 401 in the SD&SG corridor.

The put out the following missive:

STORM KEEPS OFFICERS BUSY

(SD&G) – Yesterdays storm kept SD&G OPP officers busy responding to collisions and vehicles that ended up going into the ditch.

Throughout SD&G and Highway 401 there were approximately thirty collisions (one minor personal injury) and several vehicles in the ditch.

Visibility was poor at times so a number of vehicles will be removed from the ditch later today.

The SD&G OPP want to advise drivers to remain focused and adjust their driving time as the road ways remain snow covered.

DOMESTIC INCIDENT

(North Glengarry) – On 02Feb11, at approximately 9:30pm, SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a domestic incident on Macleod Crescent, Alexandria On.

The investigation revealed that a male and his 41yr old wife were involved in a verbal altercation that resulted in the female assaulting the male.

She was arrested and faces charges of:

  • Assault x2

She is scheduled to appear 01Mar11 in Cornwall court.

and the Cornwall Ontario police are reporting:

PROBATION WARRANT

Cornwall, Ont. – A 17 year-old Cornwall youth was arrested on the 02nd of February, 2011 on the strength of a Probation Warrant.  It is alleged that the youth failed to abide by his conditions and a warrant was in force.  He was held in custody until court.  His name is withheld due to provisions under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

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One would think that people would have the good sense to stay at home in a snowstorm instead of driving around on the 401 or on city streets. I would suggest that anyone caught in an accident during a big storm, like the one we just had, should be made to pay a premium to their insurance company just because the insurance shouldn’t be responsible for someones bad judgement.