All eastbound lanes of Hwy. 401 were closed Saturday morning just east of London after a two-vehicle crash involving a transport truck and motorcycle sent two people to hospital with serious injuries, police said. Middlesex OPP said the crash happened on the highway just east of the Dorchester Road interchange around 10:40 a.m. Both patients transported to hospital were on the motorcycle at the time of the crash, an official with Middlesex-London EMS said.
Three people were taken to hospital Friday with serious injuries following a single-vehicle crash in Blandford-Blenheim Township, east of Woodstock, Oxford OPP said. The crash occurred along Township Road 2 between Blandford Road and County Road 22 when an eastbound Chevrolet car lost control, left the roadway, and struck a tree in the southeast ditch, police said. The vehicle was carrying three occupants, one female driver and two female passengers.
No injuries were reported after a large fire tore through a barn Friday in Delaware, just outside London, Middlesex OPP said. Middlesex Centre Fire, Strathroy-Caradoc Fire, and provincial police responded to the blaze at a barn at the rear of 2475 Gideon Dr., also known as Belvoir Estate, around 8 p.m., police said. No humans or animals were in the barn at the time of the fire, which was still burning past 9 p.m. All that was inside the barn, police said, were hay bales and some farm equipment.
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