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Man recovering after being found lying on side of Dalmeny Road

Dalmeny Police Chief Ted Mossop comes to the aid of a man found lying on the side of the road south of Dalmeny

A young man is recovering after being found lying unconscious on the side of the road just south of Dalmeny during the early morning hours of Saturday, March 10. Continue reading “Man recovering after being found lying on side of Dalmeny Road”

Dalmeny collision smokes coupe

Dalmeny Fire Rescue members extinguish a car fire on Monday morning, May 9, after the vehicle struck a parked trailer
Dalmeny Fire Rescue members extinguish a car fire on Monday morning, May 9, after the vehicle struck a parked trailer

The driver of a two-door coupe was lucky to escape injury when her vehicle caught fire after crashing into the back end of a flat deck trailer that was parked on a residential street in Dalmeny on Monday, May 9. The incident happened at about 11:40 a.m. near the intersection of 5th Street and Wakefield Avenue. According to Dalmeny Police, the engine compartment of the vehicle immediately burst into flames on impact. The young driver was able to grab her keys and get out of the vehicle quickly. She was not hurt, but she will be charged under the provincial Traffic Safety Act. Dalmeny Fire Rescue personnel responded quickly with a pumper truck and were able to extinguish the fire using a combination of water and foam. A nearby home was not damaged.

Dalmeny police investigate break-in

Dalmeny Police are currently investigating a break-in that occurred on Sunday morning, March 13.
According to the police, the Dalmeny AG Foods store was broken into and an undisclosed amount of money was taken as well as several bags of Maynard candies.
Entry was gained through the rear door of the building.
During the same time frame, the people responsible gained access to the roof of the building and removed a roof vent as well as tearing the gate off a fence next to the mall.
Witnesses described the people responsible as younger males approximately 5’9” to 6’ tall wearing lumber jackets.
Police believe these acts were done by residents of Dalmeny and are asking for any assistance in this matter.