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Pensioner hits scaffolding, road closed

Pensioner hits scaffolding, road closed

By Staff Writer - August 8, 2017

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A road in Beausoleil was closed to traffic in both directions on Tuesday morning after an elderly motorist lost control of his vehicle and struck scaffolding at 6 blvd Guynemer at about 11 am. The exact cause of the accident remains a mystery.

The driver was not injured, but traffic on the RD51 was cut for the time needed to secure the scaffolding. A detour was set up using the RD53 to connect with the middle cornice (RD6007) and bypass the incident.


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