Ontario truck driver has been chargedafter driving recklessly while impaired

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  1. tinytim

    tinytim Road Train Member

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    An Ontario truck driver has been charged by police after driving recklessly while impaired on the Queen Elizabeth Way in Burlington this morning — leaving trails of garbage and debris in his tracks.

    According to the Ontario Provincial Police Highway Safety Division, multiple complaints were made this morning of an "erratic Commercial motor vehicle" weaving through lanes in the area...

    The motorist was arrested on the spot and later charged with impaired operation by drug and possession of a schedule 1 controlled substance, according to police...


    Ontario truck driver charged after leaving trail of garbage on highway while impaired
     
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    Someone going to have to clean that load up. Is Toronto garbage all hauled to Ohio and Michigan?
     
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    I wonder what the penalties are for littering in Ontario.
     
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    Just need a plow truck, a front end loader. Plow truck to move all the debris to one side. Then the front end loader can dump it into the back end of the plow truck and haul it off. The last little bit might take 5 men an hour to pick it up by hand what the loader wont get.
     
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