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A bouncing wheel from a new boat trailer has killed a 77-year-old man from Oakville driving on the QEW.

OPP Highway Safety Division said a wheel came off a boat trailer and hit three vehicles on October 18, resulting in one death and closures, according to a series of tweets.

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While there are likely many reasons why a chicken would cross the road, thousands of baby chicks were forced to wing it on the QEW after a driver forgot to close the door properly.

On Monday afternoon, August 29, at around 1:30 p.m., Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) GTA Traffic alerted the public that the QEW ramp heading toward Toronto and Ontario Street North was closed off after a truck carrying baby chicks lost "hundreds" of them there.

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Emergency crews were called upon to help after a transport truck loaded with chickens rolled over on the QEW highway this week.

According to OPP Highway Safety Division, the commercial vehicle rolled over westbound near Third Line in Oakville, shutting down three of its lanes for the majority of Tuesday morning.

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Who says all heroes wear capes or uniforms? Ontario Provincial Police shared an extraordinary video of a group of men that worked together as hard as they could to save a driver from a burning car, and their "heroic efforts" saved a man's life.

This article contains content that may be upsetting to some of our readers.

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There could be some good news for Ontario drivers because speed limits of 110 km/h on certain highways are reportedly here to stay.

Per The Canadian Press, the Ontario government is set to announce that the 110 km/h speed limit on six sections of some highways will be a permanent change as of April 22.

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