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Nov 12, 2012  |  Vote 0    0

Porche driver remains in critical condition; police continue investigation (update)

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Photos by Mike Maloney/London Community News/Twitter: mdmaloneyphoto London police continue to investigate two related motor vehicle collisions that sent three people to hospital. On Monday (Nov. 12), at approximately 12:25 p.m., members of the London Police Service responded to a motor vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of Highbury Avenue and Oxford Street. This collision involved a silver-coloured Porsche and a white-coloured Toyota Corolla. The Porsche was travelling southbound on Highbury Ave., when it collided with the eastbound Toyota. Without stopping at the scene of the collision, the female driver of the Porsche continued to drive south-bound on Highbury Avenue and crossed over into a green space on the east side of Highbury Avenue, south of Oxford Street. After driving through the green space, the Porsche merged back onto Highbury Avenue and continued to travel southbound towards Dundas Street, at a high rate of speed. As the Porsche entered into the intersection at Highbury Avenue and Dundas Street, it collided with the passenger side of a black-coloured Chrysler that was travelling west-bound on Dundas Street. The Porsche then collided with two parked and un-occupied vehicles located in a parking lot at the southwest corner of this intersection. The female driver of the Porsche had to be extricated from the car. At this time the driver of the Porsche, a 30-year-old female, remains in hospital in critical condition. The occupants of the involved Chrysler, a 65-year-old male driver and a 28-year-old female passenger, were also transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The male driver of the Toyota Corolla involved in the first collision was not injured. The London Police Service Traffic Management Unit has been assigned to investigative both collisions. There have not been any charges laid at this time. Anyone with information in relation to this incident is asked to call the London Police Service at 519-661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent in on-line anonymously to www.londoncrimestoppers.com. Find us on Facebook: London Community News     Find us on Facebook: London Community News

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