OPP will soon ID second victim of 400 crash
Ontario Provincial Police say they plan to soon officially identify a second victim of last week's fiery pileup on Highway 400 near Barrie.
Three people died in the 14-vehicle crash on Halloween night that set off a massive fireball and sent motorists running for their lives.
Yesterday, authorities officially identified 37-year-old Benjamin Dunn of North Bay as the first victim.
Sergeant Kerry Schmidt says the intensity of the fire has made it difficult for the coroner's office to identify those who died.
He says O-P-P may release the name of the second victim in the next couple of days, but he says it will take longer to identify the third victim.
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