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One injured after car crashes into Greater Sudbury home

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Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash in the Greater Sudbury community of Garson.

Police are investigating a car left the roadway and rolled into a home in the Greater Sudbury community of Garson the evening of Friday Feb. 23, 2024. (Facebook / GARSON FALCONBRIDGE COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK)

Investigators said about 7 p.m. Friday, police received a report that a car left the roadway and rolled into a home in the area of Falconbridge Road and O'Neil Drive East.

Emergency responders told CTV News in phone interviews that the driver sustained minor injuries and no other injuries have been reported as a result of the crash.

The Greater Sudbury Police Service has not said if charges will be laid as a result of the incident and has not released any details on the amount of damage to the property involved in the collision.

Check back to CTVNorthernOntario.ca for updates on this story as they become available.

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