A 46 year old South River resident is facing several charges including impaired driving, not wearing a seatbelt and driving without insurance after a single vehicle crash Sunday night.

Almaguin Highlands OPP were called after a vehicle struck a hydro pole on Inlet Creek Road just before 8 pm on Sunday.

The accused suffered non-life threatening injuries.


North Bay OPP have charged a 43 year old Mattawa resident with impaired driving in connection with a single vehicle ATV crash over a year ago.

The crash happened May 11th, 2019 on Highway 630 in Calvin Township.

The driver sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries.

OPP say the accused has a court appearance next month.


North Bay OPP say they assisted a person in distress on an island in Trout Lake last night.

Police say the situation was resolved in a peaceful manner and the person was taken to hospital without incident.

Police were helped by the North Bay & District Ambulance Service, a Crisis Intervention Nurse who works with the North Bay Police Service’s Mobile Crisis Response Team and the OPP Marine Unit.



Two teenagers were ejected from a vehicle earlier this month in an early morning collision in Temiskaming Shores.

Police say on June 7th, a motor vehicle travelling westbound lost control and collided with a hydro pole, four residences and two other vehicles.

One of the teens and the 16 year old driver from Barrie sustained minor injuries while the 15 year old suffered serious life threatening injuries.

The driver has been charged with two counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily harm.

(File photo by station staff) 

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