A senior woman, at the age of 76 was crossing a street in Paris, Ontario when a car hit her.
According to the police, the woman was crossing Silver Street in the morning at around 5:45 am, at Oak Street, when she was hit by a car.
She was rushed to the hospital but succumbed to her injuries. She died in hospital.
The police say that the driver is cooperating with investigations. Investigations about the crash are undergoing.
A car crashed outside a private home in St. Catharines, on Glenridge Road. The driver, a 26-year old man, is believed to have lost control of his Cadillac. And in turn, crashed into a tree in the front yard of the home.
The people within the vicinity rushed to help him after calling 911.
He was taken to a hospital for treatment out of the city and in life-threatening condition. The accident happened on Sunday afternoon.
A head-on collision resulted in the death of one person and two in life-threatening condition. The three were airlifted to a hospital in Orangeville. Later, the two were airlifted to Toronto, while still in critical condition.
The police will examine the black boxes of the vehicles involved in the accident, to help determine the cause of the collision.
According to the Star’s phone conversation with the OPP (Ontario Provincial Police) Const. Paul Nancekivell. It can be that the conditions of the road, could have led to the accident.
Just on the first day of Snowmobile Safety Week, two snowmobilers went through the ice, on the lake. According to the Kawartha Now, the Police, Kawartha Lakes Fire Rescue, Paramedics were called to the site.
They were joined by part of the Canada Armed Forces. One of the riders was found and taken to the hospital. The health condition unknown.
The search for the other snowmobile rider resumed on Sunday. He was then found dead, at around 4:30 pm.
The Snowmobile Safety Week is a move by the OPP and Snowmobiles Club, to promote safety by snowmobilers. It will end on the 29th of this Month.
At around 1:30 pm, a driver rolled over in his car. The vehicle flipped as he was heading westbound on Highway 174, near Orléans Boulevard. Police and Emergency crews responded to the scene.
The highway was closed so that the debris from the rollover could be cleared. The driver of the vehicle was taken to hospital with minor injuries. Closure of the highway led to congestion, but the road was reopened later to allow for a smooth flow of traffic.
The event happened on Cope St. and Barton St. E, on Sunday morning around 1:50 am. Two vehicles were involved in a crash, a Chevrolet Trailblazer and a Ford Flex. The Chevrolet was heading east and vice-versa.
It is believed that the Trailblazer sideswiped the Ford before losing control. It then hit a fence and ended up on the front porch of a church, i.e. the St. Nicholas Serbian Orthodox Church.
The man and woman in the Chevrolet were rushed to hospital in critical condition while the driver of the Ford suffered minor injuries. He was taken to a hospital too and was released later.
The police are carrying out investigations on the crash.
The Ontario Provincial Police confirmed that the collision on Highway 17, around Rutherglen Ontario, left one person dead. An SUV that was heading eastbound, crossed over the center line and collided with an oncoming pickup truck.
It was determined after the collision that the driver of the SUV was dead. Luckily, the driver of the pickup truck suffered no injuries. The accident led to the closure of the Highway for several hours.
The road was later reopened at around 6:00 pm to give the authorities ample time to carry out investigations into the cause of the collision.
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A fun cycling expedition turned somber after a girl of 17 years of age lost control, crashed and fell to the ground, as she hit her head violently. She was with a group of other teens and were cycling down a hill at a Park.
The Police Constable of Peel attested to the events. According to the police, this incident took place at around 8 pm, in the Park. The police, paramedics, and fire department were called to the rescue, at the Chinguacousy Park.
There was no other injury in the event, and the girl was taken to the Toronto Trauma Center where she is still in critical condition.
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The service at Scarborough route was suspended after a truck that was passing, below the trucks at the Kennedy Station, touched the bridge. The truck was entering the station under the raised part of the tracks when it hit the bridge.
The event took place at around 8:30 in the morning. The spokesperson of TTC says that workers are carrying out tests on the structure of the bridge to find out if there was any damage done to it.
In the meantime, the service of SRT has been suspended. It remains unclear when normalcy will return in the area. On the other hand, the truck was cleared, but the tests are still undergoing.
Yesterday afternoon, a car and a truck crashed near the border of Pickering and Ajax. The truck was pulling a trailer. The passengers of the truck had minor injuries even though the police could not confirm how many they were.
A senior man who was involved in the crash suffered critical injuries. He had to be transported to Sunnybrook Hospital by air. He is in stable condition. Tests are being taken to determine the extent of his wounds.
The accident took place in the Durham region, at Westney and Taunton roads. The police were forced to close the road from Harwood Avenue to Ravenscroft Road.