Canada 40-year-old man killed in 2-vehicle collision on Vancouver-Burnaby border
Highway 15 in Montreal partially closed after crash sends 4 people to hospital
Police said the incident happened around 7: 00 p.m. on the Décarie near Upper Lachine. In a statement, the SQ said that one of the cars lost control on the highway and hit the second car. The driver in one of the cars was not hurt. But the four occupants in the second vehicle had to be transported to hospital. Provincial police are meeting with witnesses. Accident reconstruction experts are on the scene in order to determine what caused the accident.
A 40-year-old man is dead after a two-vehicle collision on the Vancouver-Burnaby border early Saturday morning.
Vancouver police say the crash happened just after 6 a.m., on Boundary Road at Marine Drive.
One vehicle was driving south on Boundary Road when it went airborne and collided with another vehicle that was driving north, according to police.
Police and fire crews from both Vancouver and Burnaby attended the scene, where they found one driver deceased.
Gofundme for family of boy killed in collision with moose tops $30,000
A Gofundme campaign for an Orléans family whose five-year-old son was killed and two-year-old daughter critically injured in a collision with a moose north of Montebello on Nov. 16 has raised nearly $32,000 for the family’s expenses. Zackaël Flintoff died and his sister Adelie was critically injured in the collision, which occurred on Route 323 near Notre-Dame-de-la-Paix, about a 20-minute drive north of Montebello. Police say an oncoming vehicle struck a moose at about 2:30 pm., throwing the animal into the path of the Flintoff family’s oncoming vehicle.
BC Emergency Health Services took the second driver to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Vancouver police have taken over the investigation. The cause has not been officially determined, but police say speed was likely a factor.
Police add the collision is Vancouver's 13th motor vehicle fatality of 2019.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or has dashcam video is asked to contact Vancouver police.
Burnaby house sought in civil forfeiture allegedly linked to Canada Revenue Agency scam .
The province is suing to have a $1.9-million Burnaby house forfeited, alleging the property is linked to a Canada Revenue Agency fraud scheme. In a lawsuit filed in B.C. Supreme Court on Nov. 12, the B.C. Civil Forfeiture Office accuses Haoran Xue, also known as Charlie Xue, of being involved in a scheme to defraud unnamed people of money where fraudsters pose as Canada Revenue Agency employees, RCMP officers, software-company employees or bank investigators. According to the civil-forfeiture offices’s claim, unsuspecting individuals were contacted and told to send money in cash or gift cards to retail mailboxes in B.C. and Ontario.
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