a police car parked on the side of a road: A Waterloo Regional Police cruiser.


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A Waterloo Regional Police cruiser.

Waterloo Regional Police have arrested a man and are looking for a woman after a vehicle crashed into a bus shelter in Kitchener on Wednesday.

Police first reported the collision on Twitter at around noon, saying that they were one scene at Spadina and Highland roads.

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A police spokesperson told Global News that the vehicle had flipped over before hitting a bus shelter

No injuries were reported as a result.

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Police say they arrested a man for impaired driving while officers were searching for a female passenger to check on her wellbeing.

They said the woman was last seen heading eastbound on Spadina Road. She was described as a white woman, in her late 20s, wearing glasses and dark clothing.

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