Toronto-bound lanes of QEW in Niagara Falls reopen after dump truck hits overhead sign

The Toronto-bound lanes of the Queen Elizabeth Way in Niagara Falls have reopened after being closed for over two hours following a dump truck striking an overhead sign.

Ontario Provincial Police say the dump truck with its raised box struck the sign near Mountain Road.

Police say the driver of the truck returned to the scene and charges are pending.

This is the second such incident in three days. On Tuesday, a stretch of the QEW in Mississauga was closed for more than four hours in both directions after a dump truck struck a pedestrian bridge on the North Service Road west of Stanfield Road, between Dixie and Cawthra roads.

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