TORONTO, Ont. - The Ontario Provincial Police has released a list of common collision spots around Toronto and in Niagara region. The deadliest place for a crash is cited as Highway 48 between Bloomin...
TORONTO, Ont. – The Ontario Provincial Police has released a list of common collision spots around Toronto and in Niagara region. The deadliest place for a crash is cited as Highway 48 between Bloomington Rd. and Smith Blvd. in Aurora.
The OPP’s eight hot spots for crashes are as follows: Highway 48 between Bloomington Road and Smith Boulevard in Aurora: 67% of fatalities; Highway 401 between Whites Road and Courtice Road in Whitby: 65% of total collisions; Queen Elizabeth Way between Burloak Drive and Winston Churchill Boulevard in Burlington: 31% of total collisions; Highway 401 Westbound from Keele Street to Highway 400 in Toronto: 7% of personal injuries over 3.5 kilometres; QEW between Mountain Road and Niagara Street in Niagara: 18% of total collisions over 6 kilometres; Highway 403 between Erin Mills Parkway and Mavis Road in Port Credit: 11% of personal injuries over 6.2 kilometres; Highway 407 between Highway 427 and Pine Valley Drive: 20% of personal injuries over 5.4 kilometres; Highway 401 from Highway 8 to Highway 6 in Cambridge: 14% of total collisions over 7.5 kilometres.
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