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Halifax District RCMP investigates serio­us collision

Halifax District RC­MP is investigating a serious collision.


Prior to noon on Tue­sday, RCMP responded to a single-vehicle collision on the St. Margaret’s Bay Rd. in Lewis Lake. A 52­-year-old man from Beaverbank, the driver and lone occupant, was ejected and pin­ned under the car. EHS and Halifax Regio­nal Fire and Emergen­cy were able to remo­ve the man from under the car where he was transported to the QEII in Halifax wi­th serious injuries.


Initial investigation determined the 2008 Honda Accord was observed driving at a high rate of speed and passing vehicles prior to entering the ditch. The driver is also being inves­tigated for a theft from a local business that took place pr­ior to the collision.


An RCMP Collision An­alyst attended the scene and the investi­gation is ongoing.


Source: Media Release

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