Three Women Injured in Orleans Motor Vehicle Accident

The Ottawa Citizen is reporting that a two-vehicle collision in Orleans, Ontario injured three women in their twenties on August 11, 2012 in the afternoon.  Airbags deployed in both vehicles and there was significant damage to both vehicles.

The door of one of the vehicles was removed by firefighters in order to grant access to paramedics access to a 24-year-old woman.  She appears to have suffered a head injury as well as a possible fractured pelvis.

In a second vehicle, a 26 year old woman suffered a fractured collar bone.  A 27-year-old woman had shoulder and neck pain.

The collision ocurred at 2:30 p.m. at St. Joseph Boulevard and Old Tenth Line Road.  Our law office office has dealt with motor vehicle accidents at this location.  Visibility and an unusual lane pattern may contribute to accidents at this dangerous intersection.

Accident Scene

This intersection sees many accidents.




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