Windsor Woman Fatally Injured In Weekend Chatham Accident

accident victim on a stretcherInformation released by the Chatham-Kent Police Dept. have provided details on a fatal auto accident that took place at approximately 1 a.m on Sunday morning on Queen’s Line just between Bloomfield and Dillon Roads.

According to the report, a 46 year old Windsor resident died from injuries sustained after her Ford Mustang collided with a Ford Freestar minivan that was being driven by a 20 year old male from Wallaceburg.

While both drivers were taken to Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, the driver of the Mustang was then transferred to the London Health Science Centre where she later passed due to the extent of her injuries.

The driver of the minivan was later released from the Chatham-Kent facility after receiving treatment for his injuries.

This is a continuing investigation and authorities are asking any witnesses to please step forward and contact them with details by calling {a href=”tel:5194366600″>519-436-6600 ext. 87100.

At the law offices of Greg Monforton & Partners, our auto accident lawyers urge drivers to slow down and stay alert whenever behind the wheel; especially during the summer driving season.

In the event that you are involved and injured in an accident that was not your fault, contact our highly trained Windsor personal injury lawyers at (866) 320-4770 and learn more about your legal options. We have DETAILED knowledge of Ontario’s traffic laws and offer free consultations to help determine if you have grounds to file a damages lawsuit.

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