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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — One individual was taken to hospital with severe however non-life-threatening accidents after a rollover crash on St. Peters Highway in Charlottetown on Aug. 11.
Charlottetown police and different emergency crews responded to the crash at round 3:40 p.m.
Queens RCMP officers had been additionally on the scene as they responded to a grievance of an erratic driver heading from Mount Stewart to Charlottetown on Route 2. They later decided the identical car was concerned within the collision.
Police stated a gray Ford Fusion was travelling southwest on St. Peters Highway and tried to move a white Dodge Caravan travelling in the identical route.
Whereas trying to move, the Ford crashed into the Dodge close to St. Peters Highway and Bridle Path Lane, sending the van right into a ditch.
Police stated the van’s driver was shaken up however unhurt.
Nonetheless, the Ford Fusion hit a culvert, flipped, rolled and stopped on its tires.
The motive force of the Ford was taken out of the car and dropped at Queen Elizabeth Hospital with severe however non-life-threatening accidents.
The investigation is ongoing.
Police ask anybody with video footage of the incident or info to contact them at 902-629-4172.