Goderich Drug Bust

17 Dead In Cattle Truck Collision - Driver Charged - Cattle Still Missing

Source: Area OPP
Date: Thu Jul 4 02:45:50 MST 2019

(WELLINGTON NORTH TOWNSHIP, ON) - The 38-year-old male driver from Woolwich Township that was involved in a collision on June 27, 2019 where a cattle hauler carrying 98 head of cattle left the roadway and rolled over has been charged with Careless Driving. 17 cows died or had to be euthanized due to their injuries at the scene while another 25 escaped, some of which are still at large and the remainder were taken to a stock yard.

The male is set to appear in Guelph Provincial court in September to answer to his charge.


Area OPP

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74 Year Old Careless Driver Charged
30 Year Old From Harriston Going 135 in an 80
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Drunk Driver Arrested At RIDE
Two Pedestrians Struck and Killed
Another Overdose Death - Four Charged
Driver Has Vehicle Towed For Speeding
Collision Involving School Bus
Prescription Medication Stolen By "Sink Inspector"
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Police Follow Marijuana Leaves To Locate Thieves
One Airlifted Following Collision
Refusing To Blow Ends With Charge
70 Year Old Charged Following Head On Collision
Five Arrested In Drug Bust - SHERK, VANDERWAL, SMITH, CHELCHOWSKI & BARON
Fatal Collision Near Centralia - Name Of Deceased Released - Police Seeking Assistance From The Public
Helmetless Dirt Biker Charged For Refusing To Blow
Drunk Driver Arrested On 86
Armed Drunk Driver Arrested - CHUONCHAMROEUN
23 Year Old Repeat Offender Arrested For Drunk Driving, Drive While Suspended, etc.
BOLO Stolen White Chevrolet Malibu - Plate: CDCL 169
Police Vehicle Involved In Two Collisions
Suspended Driver Caught Again - McISAAC
Early Morning Dispute Leaves One Dead - Second Degree Murder Charge Laid
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