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Driver, 77, charged after high-speed crash into Bradford home

Crews work to repair damages at a home on Church Street in Bradford, Ont., after a car crashed into it on Mon., June 10, 2024. (CTV News/Steve Mann) Crews work to repair damages at a home on Church Street in Bradford, Ont., after a car crashed into it on Mon., June 10, 2024. (CTV News/Steve Mann)
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Police charged a senior following a collision with a house in Bradford on Monday afternoon.

South Simcoe police say the vehicle crashed into a home on Church Street around the lunch hour, causing considerable damage to both the house and the vehicle.

"Officers located a nearby CCTV video that showed the vehicle suddenly accelerating to a high speed before colliding with the house," police stated.

A 77-year-old woman from Richmond Hill is charged with careless driving.

Police confirmed no injuries were reported.

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