4 Vehicle Collision

23 year old St. Thomas man was charged with following too close after he rear ended another vehicle.

The impact of the collision caused a chain reaction.
The incident happened February 12th at 3:45 pm on South Edgeware Road at First Avenue.
There were no injuries sustained in the four vehicle crash.

Transportation Fraud

Police arrested and charged a 57 year old London man with transportation fraud after he failed to pay for a taxi fare.
Prior to midnight on February 12th a London taxi driver drove a customer to the police station after realizing he wasn’t getting paid. The cab driver recognized the man from a previous incident where the same man failed to pay him. The fare started in London and was destined for a St. Thomas business.
The cab driver gave the man several opportunities to pay but the customer was unsuccessful in doing so.
The London man was later released on conditions to abide by that include a future court date.

Air Bags Deployed

A two vehicle collision on February 12th at 9:00 am sent both drivers to hospital for precautionary measures.
The collision happened on Wellington Street west of Fairview Avenue.
A 35 year old St. Thomas woman was charged with following too close after she rear ended another vehicle that was slowing for a red light. The deployment of the air bags prevented serious injuries.
The fine for follow too close is $110.00 and 4 demerit points.

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