Is this Toronto bridge the next ‘can-opener’?

Is this Toronto bridge the next ‘can-opener’?

Is this Toronto bridge the next ‘can-opener’? Pictures of a truck stuck underneath it indicate it’s off to a great start Article content Toronto police had to shut down parts of Howland Avenue north of DuPont Street on Tuesday, July 20, after a driver failed to spot a clearance sign and ended up wedging their transport truck underneath a Canadian National Railway bridge. tap here to see other videos from our team. Is this Toronto bridge the next ‘can-opener’? Back to video Advertisement Article content Toronto area journalist Andrew Collins posted a couple of pictures of the event to Twitter, showing the truck with a Kikoman soy sauce ad for JFC Canada on its side, stuck underneath the bridge’s steel beams. Those beams, it should be noted, are bordered with a bright yellow and black striped pattern and a massive “3.4 M” sign with an arrow pointing down —apparently not enough of a warning for this driver. It might be too early to call it a trend, but this incident hits a lot like those we’ve covered before from the …
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