Canada Three-vehicle crash on Dublin Avenue sends five to hospital

17:51  11 february  2018
17:51  11 february  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

1 dead, 4 in serious condition after car crash near Okotoks

  1 dead, 4 in serious condition after car crash near Okotoks Okotoks RCMP are investigating after a single-vehicle crash left one person dead, and sent four others to hospital in serious condition. Police were on scene at the crash, which took place at 112 Street West, approximately one kilometre north of Highway 549,  at around 9 p.m. on Saturday evening.  Police said in a release that a collision analyst will be investigating. RCMP are rerouting traffic from the area so police can safely investigate. Snowy, icy conditions There were a number of multi-vehicle collisions around Calgary and on southern Alberta highways on Saturday.

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Three-vehicle crash on Dublin Avenue sends five to hospital © Elisha Dacey/CBC Three-vehicle crash on Dublin Avenue sends five to hospital

Five people are in hospital after a morning high-speed crash on Dublin Avenue Sunday. 

Winnipeg police said they were called to the scene at about 7:05 a.m., near Notre Dame Avenue. There, they found three vehicles had crashed, and five adults were taken to hospital with injuries ranging from serious to non-life-threatening.

At least one sedan and one SUV were involved in the crash. The SUV ended up on the sidewalk in front of a textile company. There is no information on the third vehicle.

Dublin Avenue is closed between McCrassen Street and Notre Dame Avenue and will remain so for the rest of the morning, said police.

4-year-old victim of drunk driving crash taken off life support .
4-year-old victim of drunk driving crash taken off life support A little girl who survived a car crash that killed her 17-year-old mother has been taken off life support in a Prince Albert, Sask., hospital. Aurora Sky Brandi Ledoux, 4, was still in her mother's womb when she suffered a head injury in a June 2013 collision caused by a drunk driver. Jeremiah Jobb was driving at three times the speed limit and had a blood alcohol limit 2½ times the legal limit when he struck a vehicle driven by 21-year-old Taylor Litwin.

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