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Crash injures two workers and scatters millions in coins on road

Millions of dollars in coins and a shipment of candy were scattered across an Ontario highway Wednesday following the crash of a Brinks tractor-trailer that seriously injured two people.

Both of the men who were in the Brinks truck were taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries, police said.

The crash happened around 4 a.m. on Highway 11, north of Kirkland Lake in northeastern Ontario, when the truck crossed the centre line and collided with a rock face, said Ontario Provincial Police Const. Marc Depatie.

The crash also caused a number of chain-reaction collisions, but the injuries were minor, he said.

One of the trucks involved in the resulting crashes was carrying candy, he said.

That candy, along with $3 million to $5 million worth of loonies and ( continue reading … )

Source: OHS Canada


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