Impaired Driver Collides with Crash Site on Mississauga Highway, Leaving 4 Hospitalized: OPP
According to the Ontario Provincial Police, four individuals have been hospitalized after an impaired driver crashed into the site of a previous collision on a Mississauga highway.
In a post on X (formerly Twitter), the OPP Highway Safety Division reported that officers were investigating a collision on the Queen Elizabeth Way near Winston Churchill Boulevard, situated on the border of Oakville, Ont.
During this investigation, another driver collided with the crash truck that was protecting the scene and directing traffic, as stated by the police.
Images from the scene depict a severely damaged black four-door sedan along with the crash truck. Additionally, at least two bottles of alcohol can be seen on the floor in the driver and passenger seats.
The injured parties, which include an Ontario Ministry of Transportation worker who was present at the scene, were transported to the hospital. However, the extent of their injuries has not been disclosed.
The impaired driver of the black sedan that collided with the crash site has been charged with impaired and dangerous driving, according to the OPP.