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Drunk Driver Caught Flying Down The 401 With A Tire Missing (PHOTOS)

Police responded to unusual reports that an Ontario driver was cruising down the busy Highway 401 — on only one rim.

Officers from the London area managed to pull the car over, discovering that the driver was also impaired.

OPP West Region shared photos of the vehicle on Thursday evening.

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The impaired driver was placed under arrest.

"Don't tell me alcohol doesn't impact your judgment or put others at risk," the OPP wrote of the incident on Twitter.

Just last week, Ontario police had an equally troubling call on Highway 401.

A driver with a suspended G1 license was caught racing a truck down the highway with a passenger just hanging out in the back.

Next week, Toronto police will be deploying a new traffic division to prevent dangerous drivers and serious collisions, 680 News reports.

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