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CanadaMultiple injuries after bus crash at Ottawa transit station: paramedics

23:55  11 january  2019
23:55  11 january  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

Several injuries in Ottawa bus crash

Several injuries in Ottawa bus crash Several injuries in Ottawa bus crash

After the crash , police closed off a section of McGee Side Road between the westbound off ramp of Highway 417 and William Mooney Road and asked commuters to Paramedics , firefighters and police all attended the scene. Investigators with the TSB also arrived at the crash site Sunday afternoon.

Ottawa -Orleans MP Royal Galipeau confirmed Wednesday the long-awaited money from the Conservative government that have been earmarked I had no idea what had transpired in Barhaven. When I arrived at Orleans Station , I could see a group of drivers huddled around the front of a bus

Multiple injuries after bus crash at Ottawa transit station: paramedics © Twitter/@karinawieser Multiple injuries after bus crash at Ottawa transit station: paramedics © Twitter / @SaveOurSenators Ottawa paramedics say several people are injured, some critically, after a double-decker bus crashed at the Westboro transit station.

The Ottawa Paramedic Service says several people are injured — some critically — after a double-decker bus crashed at the Westboro transit station Friday afternoon.

Paramedic spokesperson Marc-Andre Deschamps said paramedics are still gathering details and dispatching resources.

Ottawa police said the collision occurred at 3:50 p.m. and several people were injured.

No further details were immediately available, police said.

Code orange: 'Human tragedy' of fatal bus crash tests staff at Ottawa Hospital.
It didn't take long for staff at the Ottawa Hospital to learn something terrible had happened at Westboro station late Friday afternoon, and to prepare for the incoming wounded. "When they were able to confirm that we had at least five critical patients that would be coming, and possibly over 12, that's when we made the decision to call the code orange," said Dr. Guy Hébert, the head of the Ottawa Hospital's emergency medicine department, who was on duty that day. In the end, the hospital treated 18 patients — 12 at the Civic campus and six at the General campus.

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