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2014-08-13 at 15:04

Furniture truck tips on Expressway

By tbnewswatch.com
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THUNDER BAY -- A truck suddenly tipped over on the Thunder Bay Expressway Tuesday evening leading to traffic issues in the area.

The mishap occurred just before 6 p.m.  The truck belonging to AMJ Campbell Van Lines and was apparently turning left off the highway onto the Harbour Expressway when it flipped onto its side. 

The two occupants escaped without any serious injuries. 

The truck was carrying a load of furniture when the accident happened, and staff from the company arrived on scene to transfer the contents to another vehicle. 

Officials from AMJ declined to comment. 

Thunder Bay Police Service officers say the 46-year-old driver received several traffic offences. 

One of the fines was for having an improperly secured load, which may have led to the truck to tipping over.

(TBT News)

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