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More unsettled weather in the forecast: Environment Canada

Provincial police and Bradford West Gwillimbury firefighters were called to a truck crash on the Highway 400 northbound lanes near Canal Road Thursday afternoon after high winds blew a transport truck onto its side. There were no injuries but there were minor traffic disruptions while the scene was cleared. Environment Canada officials say more unsettled weather could be in store for area residents this summer.

PAUL NOVOSAD PHOTO

Provincial police and Bradford West Gwillimbury firefighters were called to a truck crash on the Highway 400 northbound lanes near Canal Road Thursday afternoon after high winds blew a transport truck onto its side. There were no injuries but there were minor traffic disruptions while the scene was cleared. Environment Canada officials say more unsettled weather could be in store for area residents this summer. PAUL NOVOSAD PHOTO

Provincial police and Bradford West Gwillimbury firefighters were called to a truck crash on the Highway 400 northbound lanes near Canal Road Thursday afternoon after high winds blew a transport truck onto its side.

There were no injuries but there were minor traffic disruptions while the scene was cleared.

High winds were also felt in the Holland Marsh on Thursday, where trees fell, the roof at Springdale Christian Reformed Church was damaged - shingles and fascia ripped off - and a barn was blown down in the powerful gusts.

Environment Canada officials say more severe weather could be in store for area residents this summer.



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