Credit: By Adelle Loiselle on February 14, 2014 |
The driver and the company that owns a tractor-trailer carrying the base of a wind turbine when it lost its load face six charges.
The Ministry of Transportation charged Equipment Express of Ayr, Ontario and the driver with failing to produce a permit and failure to comply with condition of permit. The alleged violation involves a municipal multiple trips moving permit which is issued by the Corporation of the County of Essex.
The charges also include part of drawn vehicle became detached.
The accident on February 4 shut down County Rd. 42 between County Rd. 43 and Banwell Rd. for several hours.
By Adelle Loiselle on February 14, 2014 |
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