Tag Archives: motor vehicle collision

Motor Vehicle Collision

Two vehicles collided yesterday at the intersection of Talbot Street and First Avenue around the dinner hour. The accused was stopped behind a vehicle for a red light in the first lane beside the turning lane. When the advance green started and the turning lane proceeded to move so did …

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Impaired driver causes collision

On June 14, 2016, at approximately 6:25pm Police arrived onscene of a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Sunset Dr. and Wellington Rd. Upon arrival police spoke with the driver of the vehicle that rear ended the other vehicle. The officer immediately observed signs of impairment and arrested him …

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Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle

At approximately 3:50 PM on June 1, 2016, police were called to the intersection of Princess Street and Talbot Street for a motor vehicle collision between a vehicle and a pedestrian. A 26 year old male pedestrian had been struck by a vehicle and required medical attention. Investigation of the …

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Motor vehicle collision

On Friday May 20th, 2016 the St. Thomas Police were called to the scene of a serious collision involving a motor cycle and car. Shortly after 11:00am, police responded to the collision, which had occurred on Talbot Street at the Service Road entrance. The cyclist was transported to the Elgin …

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Impaired Driver / Refusal

St. Thomas Police were called to a motor vehicle collision up on Sandy Mount Hill around 9:23pm on March 8, 2015. Upon arrival Police located a single motor vehicle partially in a snow bank. The driver, a 36 year old St. Thomas man was exhibiting signs of impairment by alcohol …

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Sunday morning mishap

On January 11, 2015 around 9:48am, one of our Officers was involved in a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Talbot St. And First Ave. The Officer was headed East on Talbot St. as he entered the intersection. The accused a 34 year old female from St. Thomas was …

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Fail to remain at the scene

The St. Thomas Police are asking for any witnesses to a motor vehicle collision yesterday to please contact them. The incident took place at approximately 5:45pm on November 19, 2014 at the intersection of South Edgeware Road and Burwell Road in the City of St. Thomas. A St. Thomas resident …

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Impaired Driver

A 31 year old St. Thomas woman involved in a motor vehicle collision has been charged with Excess Blood Alcohol. On Tuesday, July 29, 2014, at approximately 6:48pm the accused was East Bound on Wellington Street and rear ended a vehicle in the intersection of Ross Street. Police detected an …

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Two men in custody following a motor vehicle collision

Two men are in custody following a collision at the intersection of First Avenue and Edward Street Tuesday morning. On June 10, 2014, at 11:30am Police observed a white pickup truck in the area of Wendy’s and the Refuel gas station in the City of St. Thomas. Investigation revealed that …

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Stolen Chainsaw

St. Thomas Police are seeking assistance from the public in locating a stolen STIHL chainsaw valued at eight hundred dollars. The chainsaw was taken from the bed of a truck parked in the 50 Block of Aldborough Ave sometime between 8am and 1pm yesterday. Anyone with information about the theft …

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Motor Vehicle Collision

 Friday, October 18th, 2013, at approximately 3:00 pm St. Thomas Police were responding to a report of a possible impaired driver heading into the city via Highbury Ave. While on route, a police officer heading northbound on Burwell Road in a marked police cruiser struck a westbound vehicle as it …

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Kids and Rocks

Just before 12:00am on July 24, 2013, 2 vehicles were struck with rocks thrown from the train tressel that crosses the #3 by-pass. The vehicles suffered severe paint chips and broken windshields. Thankfully no one was injured during this incident.  It’s unknown at this time who/whom was responsible for throwing …

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Single motor vehicle collision results in impaired charge

On Saturday evening St. Thomas Police responded to a single motor vehicle collision on Balaclava Street in which a southbound car lost control and struck the railroad crossing light near Nolan Street. The driver of the vehicle left the vehicle on foot prior to police arrival. Witnesses provided information to …

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Motor Vehicle Collision

At approximately 2:16pm on Tuesday June 18, 2013 Police responded to a motor vehicle collision involving 3 vehicles near Talbot St and Woodworth Ave. The driver responsible had been eating, and dropped food on the floor, when her vehicle rear ended the vehicle in front causing that one to strike …

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Motor Vehicle Collision

A 53 year old St. Thomas man was sent to the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital for observations following a single Motor Vehicle Collision on Wilson Ave yesterday. His vehicle was Northbound on Wilson Ave when it entered the median and struck a tree. This incident is still under investigation.

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Breach of probation

On Wednesday November 14, 2012 a 28 year old male turned himself in at police headquarters on an outstanding warrant for breaching a condition of his probation order. The man was held at police headquarters pending a Thursday November 15 2012 court appearance. Shoplifter arrested Shortly after 1:30PM Wednesday November …

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Motor vehicle collision

On Wednesday morning October 3, 2012 St Thomas Police attended First Avenue at Wellington Street regarding a motor vehicle collision. Police say a female motorist made an improper turn at the intersection in front of a second vehicle resulting in the collision. The 56 year old female motorist was transported …

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Cyclist injured

On Monday September 10, 2012 St Thomas Police attended the area of Fairview Avenue and Southgate Parkway regarding a motor vehicle collision. Police say at about 7:45PM a motorist turning onto Southgate Parkway from Fairview Avenue failed to yield to a Northbound cyclist causing the cyclist to strike the front …

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