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Police search for damaged sedan after Highway 7 hit and run

Did you hear sirens racing down Hazeldean Road towards Highway 7 this morning around breakfast?  They were heading to the scene of a vehicle rollover on Highway 7 near the Hazeldean intersection.

O.P.P. are now searching for a second car believed to have fled the scene.  Here’s a report from the Ottawa Sun:

Ottawa OPP officers are looking for a sedan with a crushed driver’s side panel after a motorist fled a crash that sent another vehicle flying into the ditch on Hwy. 7 Wednesday morning.

The crash happened at about 7:04 a.m. at Hazeldean Road when two westbound vehicles collided.

One vehicle was sent into the centre median, rolling several times.

The driver was taken to the hospital in Ottawa with injuries that aren’t believed to be life-threatening.

The suspect vehicle is described as a silver or blue late model four-door with damage all along the driver’s side. It was last seen heading towards Carleton Place.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Steven Stewart at 613-270-9171.


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Some simple precautions to keep bears away as hibernation ends

(ABOVE: Black bear near Hazeldean Road and Jinkinson Road, June 4, 2015. Photo by Kenny B Images.)

(We haven’t heard of any bear sightings in our area yet this season, but it wouldn’t be unusual for this time of year. Here’s a public advisory release by the Ontario Provincial Police.)

The Ontario government and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are reminding people to take extra care not to attract bears to their neighbourhood.

In some parts of the province, this year’s mild winter means black bears are coming out of hibernation early. Taking simple precautions can help prevent black bears from visiting your community. Continue reading


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The rules of the road for safe snowmobiling

(Photo: Snowmobile on Jonathan Pack Street in Stittsville.)

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) remind snowmobilers that being compliant with the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act (MSVA) and being properly trained are key contributors to their safety, peace of mind and enjoyment while sledding this winter. Continue reading


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