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6 Vehicles Involved In Crash On Highway 401 (VIDEO)

If you've ever driven on Highway 401 chances are you've probably witnessed a fair share of dangerous driving.

The OPP's Highway Safety Division is warning drivers not to cut in front of transport trucks following a crash involving six vehicles on Tuesday.

A video of the horrifying incident was shared on Twitter, in which a blue car can be seen changing lanes in front of a transport truck before braking, causing the truck to swerve and slam into the median barrier.

The accident caused lanes to be shut down and restricted for multiple hours as crews cleaned up the mess.

"Don't cut in front of vehicles! This is what can happen when you take away a truck drivers following distance. 6 vehicles involved," a tweet from the OPP HSD reads.

OPP said in the tweet that an investigation into the incident is ongoing and charges are pending. According to Global News, no serious injuries were reported.

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