Highway 9 Accident, 1 Dead and Another Injured in Fatal Motor Accident


Highway 9 Accident – One person sustained injuries that ultimately proved to be fatal, and another was sent to a hospital in serious condition as a result of an accident that took place on Highway 9 in Caledon on the evening of Thursday, May 11; the incident involved a considerable number of vehicles; as a consequence, one man was pronounced dead at the scene, and another was transported there in serious condition.

Just after nine o’clock on Thursday evening, the Central Region of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) tweeted that the Caledon detachment of the OPP along with emergency services had reacted to a “serious collision” that had taken place on Highway 9. This tweet came shortly after the passing of nine o’clock in the evening.

There were three vehicles involved in the incident, as indicated by the statements that were submitted to the Caledon Enterprise by Const. Joe Brisebois of the Caledon Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). When compared to these other vehicles, motorcycles and pickup trucks finished in third and fourth position, respectively.

According to Brisebois, it was discovered that one of the individuals had passed away at the scene of the event, while the other individual was sent to a hospital and is currently considered to be in critical condition. Brisebois said that the cause of death of the individual who died at the scene of the incident was determined to be a gunshot wound.

As a direct consequence of the event, Highway 9 was shut down between Mount Wolfe Road and the Caledon/King Townline, as stated in a tweet that was issued by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). This portion of the route can be found in the Canadian province of Ontario. Brisebois disseminated the word that the route will shortly be open to motor vehicle traffic once more on Friday morning (May 12), at roughly 5:30 a.m., as the time Brisebois said.

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