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Massive Rocks Were Thrown On Hwy 401 This Weekend & Smashed Into Windshields (PHOTOS)

If you were driving on Highway 401 on Saturday night, you might have come away with a broken windshield.

Ontario Provincial Police reported in a tweet that on September 18 at 8 p.m., "a mischief which could have resulted in serious injuries," took place on Highway 401's second line road overpass.

Police say unknown suspects were throwing rocks at tractor trailers.

The rocks penetrated the windshields and entered the cabins of the vehicles, causing severe damage.

Police have not reported any injuries and are investigating the incident.

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