UPDATE | QEW reopens after 23 yr old man dies in fuel tanker crash
We are learning more about a deadly crash that killed a man on the QEW in Beamsville late Saturday night.
Niagara Regional Police say a car was involved in a crash at 10:20 p.m at Sann Road and the South Service Road.
Police say a 2004 Honda Accord was being driven eastbound on the South Service Road by a 23-year-old man.
The vehicle left the roadway and entered the eastbound lanes of the QEW.
The Honda was struck by an eastbound, loaded commercial motor vehicle.
The driver, from the Town of Lincoln, suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
This collision remains under investigation by the Coroner's Office and Detectives of the Niagara Regional Police Service’s Collision Reconstruction Unit.
The Fort Erie Bound QEW and South Service Road between Ontario Street Beamsville were closed for several hours but reopened at 6:30 a.m.
Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact detectives at (905) 688-4111, dial option 4, ext. 5200.
Today is the day we at Bell continue the conversation in order to raise funds and awareness of mental health issues across the country.
Tim talks to Heather Gillespie Director of Service Quality and Capacity at the Canadian Mental Health Association, Niagara Branch.
One of the biggest hurdles for anyone suffering from mental illness is overcoming the stigma, which is the number one reason why two thirds of those living with a mental illness do not seek help.
Tim and the panel discuss the topics of the day, roundtable round 1 welcomes guests Leanna Villella and Shane Malcolm
On December 12th Niagara IceDogs Goalie Tucker Tynan needed blood. With help from donors, he was saved
Coach Billy Burke says the 17-year-old was extremely fortunate to avoid a cut to his femoral artery last month. The unintentional impact of the London Knights player's skate-blade was so great that it cut Tynan's quadriceps muscle right to the bone. How was the turn out for ‘Tuesday for Tucker IceDogs blood drive?’ Tim talks to Tina Hoenselaar with Canadian Blood Services Niagara Region.