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daytime shot of top of police carWindsor police are investigating a fatal single-vehicle crash that happened at about 2 a.m. on Saturday on Wyandotte Street West near Partington Avenue.

The crash involved a black Honda and a concrete utility pole. The Honda was heading westbound at a high rate of speed when it crashed, according to the Windsor police.

Two people in the Honda were killed while two others suffered serious injuries. The identities of those involved will not be released until the victims’ families have been notified.

Wyandotte Street was closed both ways between Randolph Avenue and Bridge Avenue for several hours as the crash was investigated. The road was reopened a little before 2 p.m. on Saturday.

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If you lost a loved one in a car crash, the experienced lawyers at Greg Monforton & Partners are here to help. We are dedicated to recovering compensation for victims of car crashes and holding negligent parties accountable.

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witnesses being sought after serious ojibway parkway crashWindsor police are looking for anyone who may have witnessed a serious single-vehicle crash on Ojibway Parkway on March 23rd.

According to the Windsor Star, the police and other emergency personnel responded to the street’s 4100 block in front of the Lou Romano Water Plant at about 2:45 p.m.

A red Pontiac Montana van was found on its side with extensive damage from hitting a utility pole. The driver, an unnamed man, was the only occupant inside the van.

Emergency crews were able to free the driver, who was trapped inside his vehicle. He was transported to a local area hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The roadway was closed for some time while the traffic unit attended and processed the scene. The exact cause of the crash is still unknown.

The police continue to investigate and are seeking witnesses who may have been driving in the area around the time of the crash. Anyone with a dashcam is being asked to review their footage for possible evidence.

If you have any information, you can contact Windsor police at 519-255-6700 ext. 4000. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or leave an online message.

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If you have sustained serious injuries in a crash, it is in your best interest to seek legal representation as soon as possible. Crash victims with legal counsel have a greater chance at recovering more compensation than those who do not.

A Windsor-based car accident lawyer at Greg Monforton & Partners is here to help. Learn more about your rights and potential legal options in a free legal consultation. You are not obligated after this initial meeting to retain our services, but if you do, there are no upfront fees if we take or work on a case.

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child struck and killed by hit and run driver in windsorA child was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver Saturday evening.

Windsor Police and other emergency personnel responded to the scene on Jefferson Boulevard near Haig Avenue around 8:30 p.m. after receiving a call of a crash involving a pedestrian.

A child was taken to a local area hospital with life-threatening injuries, but unfortunately succumbed to their injuries.

According to BlackburnNews.com, the police have determined that the child was hit by a vehicle, which then fled the scene. The suspected vehicle is said to be a silver-coloured SUV or crossover with possible front-end damage. Investigators are actively searching to identify the driver and find the vehicle.

The Forensic Identification Unit and the Collision Reconstruction Unit attended and processed the scene.

Multiple witnesses have been interviewed and the police have released a still image of the suspected vehicle captured from a security camera.

Windsor Police is urging anyone with video surveillance footage that may have captured the incident or anyone with information about the identity of the driver to please contact them at (519) 255-6700 ext. 4000. An anonymous tip can also be sent to Crime Stoppers at (519) 258-TIPS (8477).

Protecting Victims Rights After a Crash

With more than three decades of experience representing individuals harmed by negligence, our Windsor car accident lawyers at Greg Monforton & Partners are ready to help you. We understand how difficult this situation can be and we are committed to pursuing just compensation on your behalf.

An initial consultation is complimentary and confidential. There is no risk in calling us to learn more about your rights and potential legal options and no obligation to move forward. If we represent you, we charge nothing up front for our services and no fees unless we obtain compensation for you.

Get the legal help you need today. Call (866) 320-4770.