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Police see increase in tire marks on roads in West Prince, P.E.I.

Police on the Burin Peninsula are investigating an incident that happened Monday near Fortune, where a 62-year-old man died as a result of a single-vehicle ATV collision.
Anyone with any information about drivers creating these black tire marks is asked to contact police at 902-853-9300.

The West Prince area has seen a large increase in the amount of black tires marks left on the roads in the area lately.

The RCMP reminds the public that spinning tires and "doing donuts" not only leaves ugly black tire marks on the roads and damages tires, it is illegal, and drivers can be charged under the Highway Traffic Act.

The West Prince area has seen a large increase in the amount of black tires marks left on the roads in the area lately. - P.E.I. RCMP photo
The West Prince area has seen a large increase in the amount of black tires marks left on the roads in the area lately. - P.E.I. RCMP photo

 

Anyone with any information about drivers creating these black tire marks is asked to contact the West Prince RCMP detachment at 902-853-9300 or Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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