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Police kept busy on St. Patrick's Day

Friday, 18 March 2016 05:47 JW
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Police had their hands full breaking up numerous St. Patrick's Day parties in several southern Ontario communities.
 
In London, police reported breaking up several parties, including one where they scooped up nearly a dozen kegs of beer.
 
They said the unruly behaviour included public urination and jaywalking.
 
Police in Kitchener also removed several kegs from a party and in Hamilton, police said R.I.D.E. spot checks would continue throughout the weekend.
 

Guelph man injured in axe attack

Friday, 18 March 2016 05:46 JW
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A Guelph man faces numerous charges after allegedly hitting another man with an axe.
 
Police say it happened after two men got into an argument at a south end home.
 
A 29-year-old man was taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries after being hit with an axe.
 
A 42-year-old Guelph man faces assault and weapons charges. 
 

Tornado confirmed near Mount Forest

Friday, 18 March 2016 05:44 JW
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A survey team for Environment Canada has confirmed that an EF-1 tornado travelled three kilometres, damaging three grain bins and a barn near Mount Forest in southern Ontario.

The national weather agency says the tornado touched down about seven kilometres northeast of Clifford at about 4 p-m Wednesday and peak wind speeds were estimated at 170 kilometres per hour.

Meteorologist Arnold Ashton describes the tornado as about 200 metres wide and says it very briefly touched down.

 

 

Guelph nurse assaulted

Thursday, 17 March 2016 17:28 JW
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The Ontario Nurses Association is angry after one of their own was assaulted at Guelph General Hospital.

The nurse was injured recently when a patient grabbed her wrist, hit her in the face with a full bottle of urine, then bit, punched and kicked her.

Union President Linda Haslam-Stroud says the nurse was treated for a cut and deep bite, underwent tests for HIV and Hepatitis and is taking antiobiotics.

She says the union has filed a grievance to force the Guelph hospital to implement immediate violence-prevention training, a system for flagging violent patients and panic buttons for all nurses.

 

Rig strikes Oxford bridge, driver charged

Thursday, 17 March 2016 15:58 JW
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Warnings signs didn't seem to make any difference for a truck driver who slammed into an Oxford County railway bridge.
The collision occurred around noon yesterday (Wed.) When the rig struck the overpass at the CN Rail bridge on Zorra Township's 17th line.
OPP say the driver stopped, took a look at the damage and continued on until he was signalled over by the MTO on Hamilton Road in Middlesex County.
As the truck was being pulled into a parking lot, the trailer collapsed.
A heavy tow truck was brought into to remove the rig and clean up the damage.
A 48-year-old North York man was charged with disobeying a traffic sign.
 
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