A Car Was Shredded To Pieces On Highway 400 But The Driver Only Received Minor Injuries

The vehicle was in a collision early Thursday morning.

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A Car Was Shredded To Pieces On Highway 400 But The Driver Only Received Minor Injuries

A collision on Thursday morning left a car shredded to pieces, but its driver only had minor injuries.

Around 6:30 a.m. on November 11, Bracebridge OPP officers responded to a three-vehicle crash on Highway 400 southbound near Go Home Lake Road in Georgian Bay Township. Muskoka EMS and the Georgian Bay Fire Department were also at the scene.

In photos shared by OPP Central Region, the car's entire front appears to be missing, with damage around the rest of the vehicle.

Officers reported that a passenger car had stopped on the highway following a collision. Two tractor-trailers collided against the stopped vehicle.

"Remember, use all your vehicle lights until daylight!" OPP Central Region tweeted following the incident.

The driver of the car was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, and police report that no one else was hurt.

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