Believe it or Not

By CRM Staff
 
Toronto, Ontario – September 6, 2018 – This week we have a number of stories lined up that will make you look twice.
 
Last week security footage caught a 2016 four door Tesla crossing railroad tracks in Barrie Ontario at a very high speed. This caused the vehicle to fly over 100 feet over the railroad and then crashing. The impact of the crash caused the car to skid and hit a tree into a parking lot. The 26-year-old driver suffered minor injuries and was charged with dangerous driving.
 
 
An unoccupied vehicle was covered with bullet holes after a shooting in Etobicoke late Tuesday night, though no injuries were reported.
Initial reports suggested that as many as four gunshots were heard. Footage taken by CP24 at the scene early Wednesday morning shows a black SUV with its driver-side window shot out.
Police reported that multiple suspects were seen fleeing the scene following the shooting.
 
 
 
Police pulled over a vehicle on Monday night in Charlottetown, P.E.I. and were surprised to see a 13-year-old behind the wheel. The man in the passenger seat was intoxicated and decided to let a 13-year-old drive home instead of taking over the wheel. 
 
Charlottetown police reported responding to a complaint about an erratic driver on Riverside Drive Monday night. The man was arrested and spent the night in jail. The accused is facing charges under the Liquor Control Act and the Highway Traffic Act.
 
 
A camel was trapped inside a vehicle after it was hit by a speeding car in India. The footage taken of the incident uncovered that the camel was withering around trying to free itself. The Sun reports that the camel walked onto a highway just as the Toyota Corolla was approaching.The collision flung the camel into the car, smashing the windshield and trapping the confused animal inside. The driver of the car was unharmed, but was taken to a nearby hospital as a precaution. Concerned pedestrians, meanwhile, spent the next four hours trying to free the camel, whose legs were coiled in the front seat of the car.
The camel was eventually freed and was treated by vets.
 
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