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Two-vehicle collision north of roundabout slows morning commute

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The southbound approach to the St. Jacobs roundabout was slowed for the morning commute Wednesday after a car rear-ended a pickup truck that had stopped for traffic at the intersection of Arthur Street and Sawmill Road. Though the car’s airbags deployed, the driver was able to walk away from the wreck. Damage to the pickup was minor.

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