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Four People Suffer Serious Injuries In A Two-Vehicle Head-On Collision

UPDATE: OPP say 66 year-old Ugo Di Fabio of Brampton succumbed to his injuries this past Saturday after he was one of four people involved in a two-vehicle head-on collision that occurred on Highway 6 on September 6th. 

UPDATE: OPP say 66 year-old Ugo Di Fabio of Brampton succumbed to his injuries this past Saturday after he was one of four people involved in a two-vehicle head-on collision that occurred on Highway 6 on September 6th.

 

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HAGERSVILLE -  Haldimand County Detachment OPP is investigating a serious two vehicle head-on collision that injured four people on Highway 6 in Hagersville.   

The collision happened before 2:30 yesterday afternoon when an officer was off duty and saw two cars in a serious, head-on collision between First Line and Second Line on Highway 6.

OPP say a black sedan was travelling south bound on Highway 6 when, for unknown reasons, the vehicle crossed into the north bound lane and struck the beige minivan travelling north bound.

In addition to OPP,  Haldimand County Fire Services, Haldimand County paramedics and Six Nations paramedics were also on scene.

Haldimand County Fire Services needed to pull two people out of each of the vehicles.

The driver in the beige minivan was a 66-year-old from Brampton, who was taken to a hospital out of town via Air Ornge Ambulance with life threatening injuries.

There was a passenger in the minivan, a 66-year-old passenger from Brampton, who was also taken to hospital and they suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries.

The 21-year-old driver and 23-year-old passenger in the black sedan, both from Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation, were taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

OPP Technical Collision Investigators (TCI) were the scene and are assisting with the investigation.

Highway 6 was closed between First Line and Second Line for approximately six hours while investigators and emergency crews were on scene.

The investigation is ongoing and OPP is asking anyone who may have seen the collision or who may have any information to help with the investigation to contact them at 1-888-310-1122.

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