TRAFFIC INCIDENTS



Motor Vehicle Collisions Nov. 6 - 13
 Total.    37                     Including.
Car / Deer                    15       
Parking Lots                   6
Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“In Ditch”)        5

Woman, 20, dead in alleged drunk driving crash

NIAGARA, Ont. — Police say a 20-year-old woman is dead after a crash in Niagara Falls, Ont., that they say involved alcohol.

38-year-old woman dies in overnight crash

SAINT-CHARLES-SUR-RICHELIEU, Canada — A 38-year-old woman is dead after she lost control of her vehicle and it plunged into the Richelieu river northeast of Montreal early on Sunday morning.

Two die, one hurt in Sudbury crash The Sudbury Star

 Ontario Provincial Police investigate a fatal collision at Middle Lake Road ... Southview Drive was closed while OPP collision investigators examined the scene. ... truck and a sedan, and occurred on a two-lane stretch of the highway.
Also Wednesday, a driver hit a pedestrian near Fergus Avenue at Municipal Road 80 in Val Therese.
 Greater Sudbury Police said on its Twitter account the pedestrian was taken to Health Sciences North with serious injuries.
 
Motor Vehicle Collisions Oct. 30 - Nov. 6

Total.   29                  Including.
Car / Deer                  7
Parking Lots               5
Single Motor Vehicle off Road (“In Ditch”)    7


Motor Vehicle Collisions: Mon. Oct. 23 - 30
Total                            33.   Including:
Car / Deer                     5.       
Car/ Porcupine               1
Parking Lots                  11

Single Motor Vehicle Off Road (In Ditch)    7        

Oct. 31st – an horrific crash, south of Barrie, north of Toronto.

Police were stopped with a three-car accident from a DUI and whomever wasn't paying attention plowed into them causing the chain reaction. There was one crash, then more involvement from the tankers. They sent out cadaver dogs to find remains. EMS crews are having a difficult time. Such carnage.

"The (OPP) force said it has responded to more than 5,000 collisions this year, with 67 people killed. In the two previous years, OPP tracked 13,668 crashes involving commercial transport trucks that killed a total of 155 people."




Oct. 27, 2107

Another one. This is so sad. They'd been drinking at a Calabogie bar, all underage. Three of the kids didn't have seat belts on. They were ejected from the car. The driver is dead at the scene.
Two dead, three injured teens
3 without seatbelts





Oct. 16 – 23, 2017
Motor Vehicle Collisions.
Total      30     Including.
Car / Deer.                  12
Car / Bear                      1
Parking Lot                    2
Off Road (“In Ditch”)      5



Oct. 9 - 16

 Motor Vehicle Collisions.
 Total    35.  Including.
 Car / Deer                11
 Parking Lots             10
 Single Motor Vehicle Off Road (“In Ditch”)    4


Oct. 3 - 9   Motor Vehicle Collisions.
Total 31. Including:
Car / Deer.      8


Perth, Sept. 26th



Arnprior, Sept. 25th

We took a drive through along highway 60, along through Renfrew,  to Douglas, hugging the Ottawa River. A couple of hours later...
Fatal crash


7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5th




 Sept. 11 - 18
Motor Vehicle Collisions.
 Total    33.  Including,
 Car/ Deer        8


Sept. 4 - 11th

Total 27.  Including: 
Car / Deer.  6.
Single Motor Vehicle, Leaving Highway. (“In Ditch”).   4.
Parking Lots.   7. 






August 28 – Sept. 4

Traffic traffic incidents, 4 involve deer.
Provincial police said Saturday the crash occurred at about 5:30 p.m. and involved five cars and three motorcycles. Two of the injured were treated at the scene. The third, a woman,was hospitalized with serious injuries that were not considered life-threatening.
Jenna (on FB) Watched this accident happen... It was utterly insane, the driver that caused it was driving like a complete psycho, speeding in the opposite lane of traffic to move past a very long line of stopped vehicles approaching the hill, east bound right before CP. The mad man driver passed 20 or more stopped vehicles and then was forced back onto the east bound lane by on coming traffic. An innocent motorcyclist who was sitting at a stop was violently struck by the speeding car before it came to a stop in the oncoming lane of traffic. Thoughts are with the motorcyclist and their family.

One dead, another in serious condition after Highway 17 collision

It was one of two crashes involving tractor trailers on the 401 Friday.



Sat., Aug. 19, 1:07




Motorcycling Windsor couple identified as victims of allegedly impaired driver
Aug. 13 –On Saturday — the day before their deaths — Larry updated his Facebook ... Decoste has been charged under the Criminal Code of Canada. ... A passenger on Thompson's bike, a 54-year-old woman, was also critically injured.

Garett Fabel, 17, of Windsor, died in hospital after his motorcycle was struck by a minivan on March 9 at the intersection of Cabana Road West and Roxborough Boulevard.
Paul Thompson, 57, of Lakeshore, died in hospital after his Harley-Davidson motorcycle was struck by a car on April 9 at the intersection of North Talbot Road and County Road 27 in Kingsville.
A passenger on Thompson’s bike, a 54-year-old woman, was also critically injured.
Kingsville resident Kevin Gagnier, 54, was riding his motorcycle home from work on April 18 when a wild turkey flew into his path on Highway 3. He suffered fatal injuries in the resultant crash.
Terry Jones, 46, of Amherstburg, suffered severe head injuries when his motorcycle crashed on June 17 in the 3400 block of Concession Road 3.
At 05:48am on Sunday August 13th, officers stopped a Honda car on Rideau Ferry Road in Drummond North Elmsley Township. As a result of the following investigation, a 24-year old North Crosby Township man is now charged with:
  • One (1) Count                   Driving while Ability impaired by Alcohol.
  • One (1) Count                   Care or Control of Motor Vehicle with over 80 mgs alcohol per 100mls of Blood.
  • One (1) Count                   Dangerous Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and
  • One (1) Count                   Driving  Motor Vehicle While Using Hand Held Device.

Fatal Collision in Tay Valley

Officers were called to the scene at 01:37am Sunday morning at the intersection of Scotch Line Road and Narrows Lock Road. A 16-year-old died at the scene. 

Teen dies in Sunday crash near Perth, Ont.

A 16-year-old from Drummond/North Elmsley Township died in a crash south of Perth, Ont., early Sunday morning.It happened at the intersection of Scotch Line Road and Narrows Lock Road just after 1:30 a.m. on Sunday, OPP said in a media release issued Monday.


Obituary for Jacob "Jake" Greer





  18 minutes ago
In Ontario, cyclists & drivers both fined $325 for running a red light. explains that fines aren't best deterrent.


Published on 15 Jul 2017
This afternoon an Ottawa cyclist ran a red light and was struck by a car. This was my first day with a dash cam. I recorded for less than two hours before witnessing this and the footage will be very helpful for the family in the vehicle.


Two motorcyclists killed in crash near Haliburton
Two motorcyclists are dead and two others are critically hurt after a vehicle slammed into them east of Haliburton.


Fatal crash near Cornwall closes Highway 401 

Wed., June 28 – Standard Freeholder Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry (SD&G) Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers are currently at the scene of a two (2) vehicle fatal collision on Highway ...
One woman is dead, and two men are injured after serious collision on Highway 401 outside of Cornwall on Wednesday morning.


2-vehicle crash on Highway 401 leaves woman dead

Highway 401 westbound closed between Brookdale Avenue, Moulinette Road

CBC News Posted: Jun 28, 2017 9:37 AM ET Last Updated: Jun 28, 2017 9:37 AM ET

Cyclist killed in Highway 7 crash east of Perth

A cyclist was struck and killed by a cube van driver along Highway 7 east of Perth, Ont., closing the highway in both directions.
Posted: Jun 28, 2017 8:14 AM ET
Last Updated: Jun 28, 2017 8:51 AM ET








Updated: Cyclist struck and killed by cube van on Highway 7 near Perth
ID'd https://t.co/y5XAfrxEBH pic.twitter.com/WJevizqh1d

— Ottawa Citizen (@OttawaCitizen) June 28, 2017

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