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Global News reported that a 30-year-old driver is facing serious charges after his car crashed into a building in St. Catharines on Monday. A 59-year-old Hamilton female, who was inside a store in the building, was hit by the car and sustained serious injuries. The lady was transported to a local hospital for treatment where she was pronounced dead. Niagara Regional Police believe the driver lost control travelling southbound on Niagara, left the roadway and collided into the building striking the woman inside the store. The driver is facing impaired operation causing death, dangerous operation causing death, and taking a vehicle without consent.
Hamilton woman dies In Mount Hope crash
Global News reported today that a Hamilton 20 year old woman has lost her life after a two-vehicle collision in Mount Hope. The c...
Victim Identified in Motorcycle Accident Crash
Brantfordtoday.ca reported this morning that the victim in Saturday's fatal motorcycle accident has been identified and a Holland...
Can Not Wearing your Seat Belt Affect Your Personal Injury Claim?
If you have been hurt in an accident and you were not wearing your seatbelt you will no doubt face opposition from the at-fault d...
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