PHOTOS: Construction vehicle rolls over on West Shore

No one was injured when a construction vehicle rolled at a construction site on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Latoria Drive on Thursday morning. (Provided by Brian Jerome)
No one was injured when a construction vehicle rolled over at a construction site on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Latoria Drive on Thursday morning. (Provided by Brian Jerome)
A blast during construction on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Latoria Drive on Thursday morning. (Provided by Brian Jerome)

A drill rig at a construction site on the West Shore took a tumble Thursday.

The vehicle was pictured rolling over at a construction site on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Latoria Drive on Thursday morning.

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According to West Shore RCMP, no one was injured in the incident.

Steve Chapman, general manager with Chew Excavating Ltd., said the drill rig was being moved when it flipped over due to rough terrain. He added a root cause investigation would be taking place to figure out how to avoid a similar incident in the future.

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