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Falling tree from storm leaves uninsured driver with minor injuries in Augusta Township

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) says a driver not only sustained minor injuries during Thursday’s storm, but is also facing charges in Augusta Township. (OPP/X) The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) says a driver not only sustained minor injuries during Thursday’s storm, but is also facing charges in Augusta Township. (OPP/X)
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The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) says a driver not only sustained minor injuries during Thursday's storm, but is also facing charges in Augusta Township.

A tree fell on County Road 2 at Shoreside Way as the driver passed, causing him minor injuries, police say.

The OPP adds that the driver did not have insurance or a licence.

As a result, he is facing charges.

"Never drive without them," the OPP said on X.

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