COLLISION: Vehicle Strikes High Street Home

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Last night, reports hit our newsdesk about a taxi having struck a home in the city’s north side around midnight.

A 911 call was made and members of Superior North EMS, Thunder Bay Fire & Rescue and the Thunder Bay Police Service all responded to the scene.

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The home was struck from what appeared to be a southbound taxi that was travelling down High Street South.

Nobody was seriously injured in the collision and police were on location investigating.

The taxi was later hauled away from the scene.

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There is some visible damage to the corner of the home. We are uncertain if this was a result of a medical issue, impairment, or other cause.

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2 Replies to “COLLISION: Vehicle Strikes High Street Home”

  1. Half the taxi drivers in this town drive like they just left the doctors office after having a lobotomy and the anesthesia has worn off yet!

    1. It 99.99 % of the neanderthals behind the wheel here that make each ride a suicide mission. They have this sense of entitlement that they exclusively own the road. People here dont know how to merge, the ones speeding along will NOT let you merge, they dont know how to keep the flow of traffick going, you have people doing 20- 30 km BELOW the posted speed limits in the centre lanes and idiots racing down the granny lanes doing 80km in a 50 km, you have morons switching lanes in the middle of an intersection and the cream of the crop are those 3 or 4 assholes directly stacked up behind the person sitting in the middle of the intersection waiting to to turn left and when he finaly has to turn on the now red light, , those 3-4 tailgating are turning left through a red light effectively fucking over the oppposing cars who have an advance left green. These idiots would never survive one hour driving in Vancouver or Calgary. I feel safer driving on the Highway through Hell ( the Coq in BC) in a pitch black foggy raining weather with next to no visibility after a 3 hour traffic jam with everyone racing to get to the front driving well over 120km than I do driving here in ideal conditions in broad daylight.

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