Tag Archives: crash

Car Accident Kills Woman and 2-Year-Old Son in a Two-Vehicle Crash

Source:

City News Toronto

CTV News Toronto

A 31 years old woman and her 2-year-old son were killed when the vehicle they were traveling in was involved in a two-vehicle crash in Mississauga on November 1st, 2018. The woman, her son and her 33-year-old husband were traveling to Burnhamthrope when their vehicle was struck by a Hyundai which was heading north towards Mavis.

According to police, the suspect vehicle continued to travel north after the impact for another 50-75 meters, after which it stopped and at a sidewalk and then it caught fire. This vehicle was being driven by an 18-year-old driving, who managed to get out of the vehicle on time.

The woman’s husband who was driving the car has sustained life-threatening injuries and was taken to the hospital at around 2 am when the emergency services were called. He had slipped into a coma for several days and as of 27th November, he is still there, receiving treatment. The 18-year-old suspect was also taken to the hospital and treated for his injuries and released.

After almost a month of the accident, on 27th November, the 18-year-old was arrested again and charged with two counts of criminal negligence causing death and one count of criminal negligence causing bodily harm. The suspect has been identified as Evan Campbell of Orillia.

Friends and family had identified the victims as Sanket Dogra, 33, his wife Khushbu Aroro, 31 and their 2-year-old son Pakrit. The family lived only a few miles away from the crash site. Sanket Dogra works in the tech industry and had shifted his wife and son to Canada, just a year ago.

Sidhu Gets Bail in Dangerous Driving Case

Source:

Global News

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, accused of dangerous driving after his semi-trucks collision with the team bus of Humboldt Broncos on April 6, has been given bail against a surety of $1,000. As per the bail arrangements, Sidhu had to surrender his passport and follow a curfew that restricts him to his house and prohibits him from driving.

16 people died in the horrible crash of April 6 and the fatalities included players and other members of Saskatchewan junior hockey team. 13 more suffered injuries. Sidhu was remanded into police custody on July 6 and was arrested at 10:07 AM on that day from his home. The next hearing of the case will take place on August 21.

29-year old Sidhu is facing 16 charges of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death and 13 of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily injury. Superintendent Derek Williams, officer-in-charge of the major crimes unit, said in a statement last week about the presence of “evidence that motor vehicle was being operated in a way that was dangerous to the public.”

Sidhu reportedly works for called Adesh Deol trucking company. This company does not face any charges at the present moment. Director of the company, Sukmander Singh, came forward to say that the driver had been working for his company for around a month when this tragedy took place. Singh is the only person who was working in this trucking company which was subsequently suspended for the course of this investigation.