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Toronto man facing impaired driving charges after 2 London, Ont., police cruisers hit

The front of London Police headquarters. Matthew Trevithick/980 CFPL

London, Ont., police say a 48-year-old Toronto man is facing charges after two marked police cruisers were struck on Wonderland Road North, near Oxford Street West.

According to police, a citizen reported a possible impaired driver in a black Ford Ranger in the area of Oxford and Wharncliffe Road North just before midnight Sunday.

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Soon after, they contacted police again to say the driver was now in the area of Wonderland Road North.

Officers came upon the suspect vehicle in a parking lot on Wonderland Road North and police say the suspect vehicle immediately struck two marked police cruisers, causing $1,700 in damages.

The driver was arrested at around midnight and police say no injuries were reported.

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The suspect is charged with impaired operation and resisting a breath test.

He is due in court in London on Nov. 30.

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