No injuries have been noted immediately after a vehicle towing a camper trailer crashed on Freeway 401 east of Cobourg on Thursday early morning.
According to Northumberland OPP, a Jeep towing a camper trailer rolled in the eastbound lanes of the freeway just east of Danforth Highway on the border of Hamilton Township and Alnwick-Haldimand Township, just east of the border with the Town of Cobourg.
Targeted traffic was reduced to just one lane when crews attempted to eliminate equally motor vehicles.
In a tweet about 1 p.m., OPP said the scene was clear. The lead to of the crash continues to be beneath investigation.
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A quick time later OPP claimed there ended up two other collisions in the identical eastbound lanes — a single collision involving 3 autos. Minor injuries ended up reported, said Const. Robert Simpson.
One particular lane of site visitors was closed as emergency responders attended to the two scenes.
OPP close to 2:30 p.m. explained all lanes had been open up.
“Please be aware of the congestion in the place and use warning,” Central Area OPP issued in a tweet.
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