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Fire hydrant struck in Sarnia, traffic reduced to one lane

A fire hydrant was struck in the area of Michigan Avenue an Blackwell Road in Sarnia on April 15, 2024. (Source: Sarnia police) A fire hydrant was struck in the area of Michigan Avenue an Blackwell Road in Sarnia on April 15, 2024. (Source: Sarnia police)
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All lanes of traffic have reopened after a vehicle struck a fire hydrant in Sarnia on Monday.

It happened in the area of Michigan Avenue and Blackwell Road and caused officials to reduce eastbound traffic to one lane.

The roadway was cleaned up about two hours later and all lanes of traffic were moving again.

Police told CTV News London that no charges have been laid as a result of the single-vehicle crash.

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