Driver charged after vehicle hits hydro police in Kitchener

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A 41-year-old man has been charged with careless driving after his car struck a hydro pole in Kitchener.

Emergency companies was known as to Weber Road East and Cameron Road North round 9:25 a.m. Tuesday.

In response to the Waterloo Regional Police Service, the motive force allegedly fell asleep on the wheel which prompted him to lose management of the car. It then swerved into oncoming visitors and collided with a retaining wall earlier than hitting the hydro pole and rolling a number of instances.

Police mentioned the motive force was taken to hospital with minor accidents.

Weber Road East was closed for 4 hours whereas police had been on scene.

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