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Halifax District RCMP is investigating a two-vehicle collision that happened on Hwy. 103

**** RCMP Media Release

RCMP investigates two-vehicle collision

Halifax District RCMP is investigating a two-vehicle collision that happened last night​ on Hwy. 103 in Head of Saint Margarets Bay.​

At approximately 6:20 p.m., a member of Halifax District RCMP was on patrol when he came across a collision involving a transport truck and a car. The member called for Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency​ and EHS and checked on the occupants of the vehicles.

A preliminary investigation revealed that the car​ had struck the rear trailer of the​ truck. The car then​ lost control and landed in the ditch. The​ 58-year-old female driver, who was​ the lone occupant of the car, was taken to hospital via EHS with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The 62-year-old male​ driver, who was the lone occupant​ of the transport truck, was not injured.

An RCMP collision analyst attended the scene. Hwy. 103 was closed for several hours but has since been re-opened.

The investigation is ongoing.

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