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Canada Windsor woman dies in Florida collision

20:59  15 january  2018
20:59  15 january  2018 Source:   windsorstar.com

One worker injured after Pearson tarmac crash

  One worker injured after Pearson tarmac crash One person has sustained injuries following a collision between two planes on the tarmac of Toronto Pearson International Airport on Friday.Toronto Pearson said that one member of the Fire and Emergency Service was taken to hospital and treated for injuries sustained from the incident. The person has since been released from hospital, the airport confirmed Saturday. Authorities with Toronto Pearson declined to disclose the nature of the injuries or information about the worker, citing privacy concerns.

" Woman Dies in Collision with Truck" - The Florida Times Union - www.questia.com. Windsor . A 21-year-old woman has died of injuries sustained in a collision on Highway 16A near Spruce Grove on Friday.

One woman has died after a head-on collision on Highway 14 in Mill Section, N.S., near Windsor , said RCMP in a press release on Friday. Police responded just after 2 p.m. to a collision between a vehicle and a pickup truck.

Betty Wilkki, a long time city employee and wife of former city solicitor George Wilkki, died in Fort Myers, Florida from injuries she sustained as a pedestrian struck by a vehicle.

Betty Wilkki, former City of Windsor employee and wife of City of Windsor solicitor George Wilkki, in a 2011 Facebook image. © Facebook, Windsor Star Betty Wilkki, former City of Windsor employee and wife of City of Windsor solicitor George Wilkki, in a 2011 Facebook image.

George Wilkki was also injured in the collision with a Chevy Silverado pickup truck on Jan. 10, as he and his wife attempted to cross a roadway near a Walmart store.

City of Windsor solicitor George Wilkki pictured on Oct. 28, 2013.

Both were taken to Lee Memorial Hospital.  The police report noted Betty’s injuries were “life threatening in nature.”

Victims killed in 'horrific' Highway 401 crash had run-ins with law

  Victims killed in 'horrific' Highway 401 crash had run-ins with law A police source has confirmed to CBC Toronto that the two people killed in Wednesday's fatal crash on Highway 401 in Scarborough, Ont., had faced a number of charges. Dwane Koltchigin, 45, of Brampton, Ont., who police say was driving the vehicle, faced sex offences five years ago when he reportedly failed to disclose to women that he was HIV positive. He was said to go by various names, including Tre and Tre Cold, and according to court contacts, his charges appear to have been withdrawn in 2013.

A woman has died after crash in the Brisbane suburb of Windsor . She had been trapped in the wreckage after two cars collided on corner of Lutwyche Rd and Legeyt St on Thursday afternoon. She was freed and treated by ambulance officers, but later died

Police say the 32-year-old who was fighting with the hurt man was a relative who forced his way into the home and shot the victim. Windsor woman dies in Florida collision . Betty Wilkki, a long time city employee and wife of former city solicitor George Wilkki, died in Fort Myers

It is not known on what day she died but news started to reach city hall last Friday.

The report by the Lee County Sheriff’s department concluded that the Wilkkis were “found at fault for crossing the roadway in an area not designated for pedestrian traffic.”

011518-City_council: WINDSOR, ONT. OCTOBER 28, 2013. City of Windsor solicitor George Wilkki speaks to the media Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, after the Windsor city council's executive committee meeting. © DAN JANISSE, The Windsor Star WINDSOR, ONT. OCTOBER 28, 2013. City of Windsor solicitor George Wilkki speaks to the media Monday, Oct. 28, 2013, after the Windsor city council's executive committee meeting.

Betty  retired from the city’s public works department in Jan. 2014 after a 21-year career. George retired from city hall in Dec. 2013 following a 16-year career.

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Via Rail misses stop, send passengers by cab to final destination .
A Via Rail passenger heading to Chatham ultimately got to her final destination by cab, after her train did not let her off at her stop and proceeded to take her to Windsor instead. Susan Peet and four other passengers stood up to fetch their bags when they heard Chatham would be the next stop on train number 75, heading to Windsor from Toronto Sunday night."We could tell that the train had stopped, but nobody was coming so I opened the door between the two cars ... I could see that the station was there," said Peet. "Then the train started moving.

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