Police investigating fatal crash in Cambridge: WRPS
A man is dead after a fatal single-vehicle crash in Cambridge, according to police.
It’s unclear if the crash happened late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.
Waterloo regional police said around 7:15 a.m. Sunday, emergency crews responded to a report of a crash in the area of Bismark Drive and Westcliff Way.
Investigators determined a Kia Optima had driven east on Bismark Drive in an area under construction, left the roadway, and struck a piece of construction equipment.
Police say the lone occupant, a 38-year-old Cambridge man, was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Officials did not confirm if drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash.
The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is asked to contact police at 519-570-9777 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
No further information has been given at this time.
Officers from @WRPS_Traffic are investigating a fatal collision in Cambridge that occurred in the overnight hours.
Anyone with info or who may have dash-cam or surveillance video is asked to call police or @WaterlooCrime.
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