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Course correction cited in rollover crash

Course correction: There’s nothing wrong with making a course correction while driving. Just don’t overdo it. Police say that appears to be what happened on Sunday when a vehicle flipped over on its roof while turning onto Highway 19 in Parksville. Nobody was hurt in the resulting crash and no charges were laid. - Neil Horner photo
Course correction: There’s nothing wrong with making a course correction while driving. Just don’t overdo it. Police say that appears to be what happened on Sunday when a vehicle flipped over on its roof while turning onto Highway 19 in Parksville. Nobody was hurt in the resulting crash and no charges were laid.
— image credit: Neil Horner photo
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