by Veterinary Practice News Editors | April 12, 2016 12:18 pm
If it isn’t an SUV crashing into veterinary clinics, it’s a truck. That’s what happened to Grand River Veterinary Hospital in Caledonia, Ontario, Canada, which now has a truck in their front office.
As the Hamilton Specter reports:
“The tractor-trailer was going eastbound on Alabastine Avenue when it collided with a freightliner travelling south on Argyle Street North.
The freightliner, which was being operated by a 38-year-old Hamilton woman, then struck the Grand River Veterinary Hospital building.
The driver of the tractor-trailer was not injured and the driver of the freightliner was transported by ambulance to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.”
Thank no one was injured, animals or humans. The hospital posted on their Facebook, “Due to the massive accident in the front of our office, we will be closed until further notice. We will accept phone calls as they come into our line. Please still attempt to call us for your animals needs.”
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