Drunk Driver Steers Truck Into Inverness Harbour
Sunday, 31 August 2014 15:34
Quad County RCMP are busy this Labour Day Weekend.
The Inverness Detachment are investigating after a truck drove into Inverness Harbour and sank.
RCMP got a call just before 9 Saturday night about two trucks driving recklessly along the shore at Inverness Harbour.
One of the trucks drove into the water...the truck sank.
The male driver was arrested for impaired driving and has been released for a court date in Port Hood on November 18th.
The truck remains at the bottom of the harbour.
No one was injured.
The RCMP are asking for anyone who witnessed the incident to contact the Inverness Detachment.
One Person In Hospital After Aulds Cove Accident
Saturday, 30 August 2014 17:32
One person is in hospital following a single vehicle accident in Antigonish County.
Emergency crews responded to a 911 call around noon time Saturday on the Trans Canada Highway in the Aulds Cove-East Havre Boucher area.
It appears the vehicle was heading towards the Causeway when it left the highway and flipped several times.
The male driver was taken to St. Martha's Regional Hospital where he was scheduled to be air-lifted to Halifax.
There is no word on his condition.
The scene was attended to by Inverness District RCMP, EHS and Volunteer Firefighters from Aulds Cove, Havre Boucher and Port Hastings.
RCMP are re-constructing the accident scene to determine the cause.