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le Mercredi 2 mars 2022 12:16 | mis à jour le 8 avril 2022 19:21 Tribune-Express (Hawkesbury)

Heavy snow detours oil truck

A heavy snowfall and an unplowed backcountry road add up to misfortune for the driver of heating oil truck trying to make a delivery in Alfred-Plantagenet Township in the middle of the day February 25. The driver tried to pull his truck over to let a small car get by and ended up toppling into the ditch because he could not tell where the snow-covered road ended and the edge of the ditch began. The driver was unhurt but it required two heavy-duty tow trucks to pull his rig out of the ditch and back onto the road. — Photo Gregg Chamberlain
A heavy snowfall and an unplowed backcountry road add up to misfortune for the driver of heating oil truck trying to make a delivery in Alfred-Plantagenet Township in the middle of the day February 25. The driver tried to pull his truck over to let a small car get by and ended up toppling into the ditch because he could not tell where the snow-covered road ended and the edge of the ditch began. The driver was unhurt but it required two heavy-duty tow trucks to pull his rig out of the ditch and back onto the road.
Photo Gregg Chamberlain
A heavy snowfall and an unplowed backcountry road add up to misfortune for the driver of heating oil truck trying to make a delivery in Alfred-Plantagenet Township in the middle of the day February 25. The driver tried to pull his truck over to let a small car get by and ended up toppling into the ditch because he could not tell where the snow-covered road ended and the edge of the ditch began. The driver was unhurt but it required two heavy-duty tow trucks to pull his rig out of the ditch and back onto the road.