Abandoned Car, Suspected Drunk/High Driver


(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Once again, symptoms of a city wrapped in the fingers of addictions has shown itself once again.
Near the corner of Algoma Street South and Pearl Street, a vehicle was located hung up on a curb.
Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service responded to a report that a driver had driven over a curb, got stuck, and fled the scene.

Police are working hard to locate the owner of the vehicle, who is suspected to be intoxicated on either drugs or alcohol.
Witnesses in the area say that they saw a woman exit the vehicle and hitched a ride with another vehicle that was nearby.
This is a developing story and we will publish a follow up article once more information is made available.


One Reply to “Abandoned Car, Suspected Drunk/High Driver”

  1. These thingys are buzzing down the streets among us on at any given time. Very Scary. People in Dumpster Bay need to have a good dash camera because more and more of this crap is taking place and it is only a matter of time before one them kills an innocent person or family. The cops are just too busy dealing with other trash because many people are noticing there is hardly any traffic duty like radar etc anymore. I honestly can not remember the last time I saw a radar set up in this dump. Morons are running red lights, idiots stacking the intersections so when a guy is in the middle of it waiting to turn left on a green and his light goes to red and he goes to complete his turn , guess what? Two or more morons tailgate him through it and the opposing traffic with an advance left green gets to wait for the intersection to clear. That is why we only get two or three people through an adavnced left green light. ( In addition to the idiots who feel they need to be at least one full transport length from the vehicle in front of them in the left turn lane) I never thought the day would come when I would agree we need the same intersection safety cameras at all our traffic lights like the ones in Alberta. I say that only because we lack enough officers to effectively monitor traffic violations here.

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