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Peel Regional Police, Mississauga Fire Department and Peel Ambulance Services respond (again) December 21 2011

December 21st, 2011  

So I’m driving to run some errands for my parents and danged if I don’t hit on another accident attracting all manner of Peel Emergency Services. Video features Mississauga Fire Department, Peel Ambulance Services and a Peel Police officer who looks like he’s been swallowed by two Mississauga Transit buses at the 2:12 minute mark!

Peel Regional Police, Mississauga Fire Department, Peel Ambulance respond (again) December 21 2011 (3:31 min)

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MISSISSAUGAWATCH driving south on Erin Mills Parkway, December 18, 2011

It is Wednesday, December the 21st, 2011. Actually it’s Winter Solstice Eve, and I’m going south here on Erin Mill Parkway heading towards Burnhamthorpe and there’s clearly been an accident. Or something.

And let’s hope it’s just a fender-bender.

I suspect that Erin Mills is closed. Yeah. And we’ve got ambulances and stuff.

They want us going around pretty fast. So I’m going.

MISSISSAUGAWATCH parked at gas station east side of Erin Mills Parkway, December 18, 2011

I doubt we’re going to be able to videotape long.

Let’s see what we got here. Got Emergency Services. Ambulance. There’s a Mississauga Fire Truck —probably auto extrication. And —another ambulance here. Soon as the ambulances come then you know that —well, let’s hope that it’s just precautionary.

Okay. I’m going to try from a different angle.

The police officer is still there directing traffic. I feel sorry for the police officer. There’s just one there right now.

Turning camera off.

Okay I just moved to a slightly different angle and I’m wrong. There’s actually two Peel Police cars. There’s one over here. And one over on this side.

I’ll just pan out a little bit. He’s getting them through pretty well.

I do not like that police officer standing right there in front of all that traffic!

Peel Police. Part of Peel Region Emergency Services.

And all that officer really has protecting him is that bright yellow jacket.

That guy’s taken off. So I guess they’ve done their thing.

That’s two of them [tow trucks] there. At least nobody is hurt.

The fire engine’s going. Fire truck I should say.

So. Turning camera off.

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