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Driver rolls van south of Gravenhurst Thursday morning

GRAVENHURST — A driver who ditched his van into a rock cut on Hwy. 11 Thursday morning south of Gravenhurst has been charged by police.

OPP didn’t say what the driver was charged with or who he was or whether he was impaired – a growing concern on Ontario roads this summer, say police.

The Ontario Provincial Police of the Bracebridge detachment say they investigated the single vehicle rollover on Highway 11 northbound this morning in the Town of Gravenhurst.

They say that on August 7, 2014 at 7:45 a.m. members of the OPP responded to a single vehicle rollover on Highway 11 northbound near Sparrow Lake Route D, in the Town of Gravenhurst.

The male driver of the van drove off the highway, rolling the vehicle into the ditch and into a rock cut.

All airbags were deployed and the driver was not injured in the crash. The driver was the lone occupant of the vehicle.

One lane of Highway 11 Northbound was temporarily closed to remove the vehicle.

The male driver has been charged under the Highway Traffic Act.

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