Ontario Provincial Police have closed off all lanes on the Eastbound 401 near Winston Churchill Boulevard following an overnight crash.Officials responded to a call just after 4:15 a.m Saturday morning after a vehicle flipped onto it’s side.The vehicle itself was riddled with bullet holes.Those inside the vehicle were able to flee into a nearby commercial building.No injuries have been reported.Investigators are now trying to determine what happened.
One man has been pronounced dead after an early morning collision in North York. According to police, the vehicle careened into the side of the Bayview Arena just north of Finch Avenue at around 6:15 a.m Saturday morning. Officers responding to the crash initially thought it was a medical call. Reports indicate the victim succumbed to his injuries upon impact. Investigators are now attempting to determine if speed was a possible factor in the crash.
One man has been pronounced dead after an early-morning collision in North York. According to police, the vehicle careened into the side of the Bayview Arena just north of Finch Avenue at around 6:15 a.m Saturday morning. Officers responding to the crash initially thought it was a medical call. READ MORE: ‘An incredible team effort’: Ontario hospital staff step up to save 8 lives after horrific crashReports indicate the victim succumbed to his injuries upon impact.
@YLCountry@DylanBowker@RealJeffJarrett@WWE Consider the timing of it all. Hardy’s leave on a bitter note with Impact, fight over the rights to the ‘Broken’ gimmick and then Impact loses all its top talent. Make him feel better with a HOF invite I guess.
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Selecting a term
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