OPP are continuing their investigation into a two-vehicle collision that occurred Thursday morning at Mandaumin Road and London Line.

Firefighters and Lambton EMS were called to remove the male driver of a pickup truck that had been southbound on Mandaumin but had flipped onto its side after colliding with a westbound SUV travelling on London Line.

The collision occurred at 7 p.m.

The OPP reported Friday that there were minor injuries.

Careless driving charge

A 23-year-old Sarnia man has been charged with careless driving after he lost control of his vehicle, rolling it early Wednesday morning.

OPP on Friday reported that the driver of the Ford was southbound on Highway 40 in St. Clair Township when the rollover occurred, at about 6 a.m.

The driver was taken by Lambton EMS workers to hospital with minor injuries.

Swerved to avoid cat

A 72-year-old Sarnia woman was issued a three-day licence suspension and a ticket for careless driving following a single-vehicle collision at the corner of Confederation Street and Finch Drive Thursday evening.

Sarnia Police say the driver swerved to avoid hitting a cat on Finch Drive, but her car left the roadway and hit a stone fence.

Police say the responding officer could smell alcohol on the driver’s breath and a roadside test was conducted. The woman provided a sample and registered a ‘warn’ on the device.

Motorcyclist charged

A 40-year-old Petrolia man has been charged with impaired driving and driving over the legal limit following a single-vehicle motorcycle collision Thursday night in Plympton-Wyoming.

OPP say the operator of the motorcycle lost control while negotiating a curve at Oil Heritage Road near Rokeby Line at about 8:40 p.m.

Two men were taken to hospital by Lambton EMS and the motorcycle’s passenger was treated and released.

The driver the motorcycle, whose medical condition wasn’t known Friday morning, has a Sept. 15 court date in Sarnia.

Obtained from www.theobserver.ca