A wine-filled Ontario transport truck blocked off a section of the 401 on Thursday evening, after colliding with an SUV.\nAccording to OPP, the tanker rolled over onto the 401 between Highway 6 South and Guelph Line just before 10:00 p.m. \nEditor's Choice: Canada Just Ranked Among The Top Countries In The World For Having The Strongest Democracy\n\nA tanker truck filled with wine collided with the SUV. The tanker rolled over on #Hwy 401 westbound near # hwy 6 south. Minor injuries at this time. Investigation is under way. Clean up will be extensive. 401 eastbound #CambridgeOPP #MississuagaOPP # HaltonEMS # MiltonFire ^td pic.twitter.com/6AZfX5TVy7— OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP_HSD) February 5, 2021\n\nIt was reported by police that the transport truck blocked both eastbound and westbound lanes and sent debris flying everywhere. \nOnly minor injuries were reported as a result of the accident.\nHowever, the driver of the SUV was later charged with impaired driving after refusing to provide a breath sample. \nCleanup efforts were extensive and eastbound lanes did not reopen until around 9:00 a.m. on Friday morning. \nThe clearing process was hindered by overnight snowfall, which required the use of snowplows.\nPolice stated that the investigation is ongoing.