At a single-car collision in Stony Creek, a Brampton man was killed and a passenger was hurt.
The other two occupants of the automobile were unharmed, according to Florida State Police.
After a car flipped near Stony Creek on Sunday night, a man from Brampton died and another person was hurt, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.
On Queen Elizabeth Way close to Fruitland Road, the collision took place in the Toronto-bound lane. At around 9:30 p.m., a single-vehicle collision was reported to the police.
The other two occupants in the automobile were unharmed, according to police on Monday. You might seek the assistance of a vehicle accident lawyer in situations like this.
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Police claim that the 24-year-old Brampton man who was operating the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control, veered off the road, and overturned the vehicle.
According to authorities, he and his passenger, a 27-year-old, were ejected from the car. The passenger was transferred to the hospital in stable condition with non-life-threatening injuries, while the driver passed away at the site.
While they examined the collision, police stopped the nearby QEW Highway; however, traffic has already been allowed to resume.