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OPP officer charged following August collision involving 10-year-old cyclist in Gravenhurst

The 10-year member of the OPP has been charged with not turning safely, according to officers. Global News

An OPP officer has been charged following an August collision that took place in Gravenhurst and involved a 10-year-old cyclist, police say.

The 10-year member of the OPP has been charged with not turning safely, according to officers.

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On Aug. 8, a northbound OPP cruiser was turning into a commercial parking lot when a crash occurred between the vehicle and a young cyclist travelling south on the sidewalk, police say.

At the time, the 10-year-old boy was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries.

He was treated and subsequently released.

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