Emergency lights flashing and stopped on Great Northern Road are not an unfamiliar sight.
Typical intersections to see collisions include Great Northern Road at Second Line, Northern and even McNabb.
However, the light which gives everyone the most concern, even though not active yet, had it’s first collision this afternoon around 3 p.m..
Paramedics and Sault Police attended to the light known as “Pino’s Light” to most, for a two-vehicle collision where one vehicle appeared to rear-end another.
There was no word on injuries or damage estimate. Great Northern Road was backed up more than usual, with the slowdown starting as far back as Drive-In Road at one point.