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No injuries after metal debris flies through windshield of pickup truck on Hwy. 403: OPP

A piece of metal debris came flying through the windshield of a pickup truck on Highway 403 on Friday morning. (OPP/ X) A piece of metal debris came flying through the windshield of a pickup truck on Highway 403 on Friday morning. (OPP/ X)
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No injuries were reported after a metal debris on Highway 403 came flying through the windshield of a pickup truck, narrowly missing the two occupants of the vehicle, Ontario Provincial Police say.

In a social media post, OPP said the incident occurred on the busy highway near King Road at around 7:30 a.m.

Police said the debris was kicked up by another vehicle and came crashing through the windshield of a pickup truck.

The occupants of the truck were not struck by the flying object, which landed on the floor of the vehicle in the back seat.

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