Head-On Collision Involving Sedan and SUV Shuts Down County Road 22

police car lights on top of cruiserA dangerous head-on collision involving an SUV and a sedan occurred on Tuesday morning, leading to the shutdown of a major thoroughfare in Lakeshore. The accident, which happened around 9:30 a.m. at Commercial Boulevard on County Road 22, happened in heavy rain.

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and Lakeshore Fire Department responded to the crash.

The collision resulted in significant disruptions, as County Road 22, which becomes E.C. Row Expressway, was closed in both directions. The closure stretched from Manning Road eastward to West Pike Creek Road, lasting for several hours.

Constable Steven Duguay, spokesperson for the OPP, provided an update on the situation. According to Const. Duguay, one of the drivers involved in the collision was transported to a trauma centre for treatment of serious, non-life-threatening injuries. The other driver involved in the accident did not sustain injuries.

The police are continuing their investigation into the cause of the collision.

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