Woman, 2 children killed in Brampton crash that injured 3 others


    A lady, woman and boy have been killed in a crash between an SUV and a sports activities automobile on Saturday night time in Brampton that additionally injured three others, Peel police say.

    The lady killed was 47, whereas the woman was 12 and the boy was 7, Peel Regional Police stated in a information launch on Sunday. All three have been in the SUV and have been from Woddbridge.

    A woman, 12, additionally of Woodbridge, was additionally in the SUV and was injured in the crash.

    Police stated the autos collided on Freeway 50 in the realm of Countryside Drive shortly after 9 p.m., however police haven’t stated in which path the autos have been travelling.

    “It is all a part of the investigation,” Const. Akhil Mooken, spokesperson for Peel police, informed CBC Toronto on Sunday.

    The opposite two individuals injured have been a person, 45, of Caledon, and a lady, 39, of Toronto. Each of them have been in the sports activities automobile, in line with police.

    The three injured have been taken to native hospitals in non-life-threatening situation. On the time, paramedics stated the three injured have been in steady situation. 

    Emergency crews have been known as to the scene on the Freeway 50 in the Countryside Drive space simply after 9 p.m. after an SUV and sports activities automobile collided. (John Hanley/CBC)

    Police haven’t launched the names of the dead, saying the households of the individuals concerned have requested for privateness as they mourn their family members.

    Mooken stated police are additionally not releasing the relationships of the individuals concerned to guard privateness.

    Police attraction for witnesses

    The reason for the crash has but to be decided, and Mooken stated police are interesting for witnesses.

    Anybody who might have seen the crash, has dashboard digital camera footage or might have details about the actions of the drivers simply earlier than the crash is urged to name investigators.

    On the scene on Saturday night time, police stated there is no such thing as a proof to recommend alcohol was an element in the crash.

    Peel police’s main collisions bureau is investigating, and the unit is anticipated to think about whether or not velocity and street circumstances performed a task.

    Roads in the realm have been reopened after they have been closed for hours to permit officers to analyze.

    These with data on the crash are requested to name Peel police’s main collisions bureau at 905-453-2121, ext. 4027.

    Roads in the realm have been reopened. (John Hanley/CBC)




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