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Canada Four people die after head-on collision in Pickering

03:36  08 january  2018
03:36  08 january  2018 Source:

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Three people died at the scene, while a fourth person died in hospital, after a vehicle lost control and slammed head - on into another vehicle on Thursday. The OPP has identified all four victims of a fatal two-car collision as Oshawa residents.

Three people are dead and one person has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a head - on collision in Pickering , Ontario Provincial Police confirm.

The OPP said the snow-covered road may have been a factor in the collision.: Four people die after head-on collision in Pickering © Sgt. Kerry Schmidt Four people die after head-on collision in Pickering

A fourth person has died in hospital after a two-vehicle collision in Pickering on Thursday.

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Sgt. Kerry Schmidt confirmed that a fourth person — a 25-year-old Oshawa woman — died in hospital after she was transported in critical condition to Markham Stouffville Hospital following the crash.

Three people, all from Oshawa, died on scene around 12:10 p.m. on Hwy. 7 near Sideline 26. OPP Staff Sgt. Dean Korn said that a westbound BMW attempted to pass a vehicle, lost control and then slammed head-on into a Mercedes-Benz driving east.

Schmidt said the roads were snow-covered at the time and that may have been a factor in the car losing control.

Korn said the driver of the Mercedes-Benz was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Schmidt has identified the victims of the crash as 69-year-old Diosdado Chahal, who was the driver, 27-year-old Dhoser Chahal, 70-year-old Imelda Chahal and 25-year-old Hayley Doyling, all from Oshawa.

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