Crash in North Dumfries sends four people to hospital
Four people have been sent to hospital, including two with serious injuries, following a two vehicle crash in North Dumfries.
Waterloo regional police said the injuries are serious but non-life-threatening.
Officials were called to the scene around 8:30 a.m. Thursday.
Trussler Road was closed between Township Road 14 and Oxford Waterloo Road and Roseville Road was closed from Trussler Road and Northumberland Street. All roads reopened at 2:30 p.m.
A police spokesperson said a pickup truck, a grey Ford Ranger with three occupants, was travelling southbound on Trussler Road when crossed the centre line and collided with a silver Dodge Caravan travelling north. There was one occupant in the van, police said.
After colliding with the van, police said the truck rolled on its side and landed inside a farmer's field.
The investigation into the crash is ongoing and charges are pending.
Currently on scene for a motor vehicle collision involving two vehicles in North Dumfries.
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