On May 11, a driver of a newer model chevy truck slammed into a parked car on Sheridan Street in Brantford and continued on. Video is above. If you know of a truck with extensive front end damage or any information, please call Brantford Police.
A serious collision in Brantford has closed West Street from Henry Street to Morton Avenue, and Charing Cross St from Sydenham. No word on the seriousness of the collision or possible injuries. Brantford Police continue to investigate.
Edit: Unofficial reports of a fatality or fatalities from eye witnesses at the scene. Still no official word on cause or additional injuries. Brantford Police will not talk about the crash or investigation as the Special Investigations Unit is currently looking into the incident. The SIU investigates reports where police conduct may have been a factor in an incident which involves serious injuries or death.
Here is an additional pic, courtesy of Kevin Tostik:
A black Pontiac Grand Prix finds itself hung up on the frontage in front of the Harvey’s / Swiss Chalet on King George Road, as a result of an accident, just south of the 403. Witnesses say the black Grand Prix was rear ended by a silver car and sent over the median and over a yellow protective barrier onto the lawn. No word on injuries.
A serious multi car crash this Sunday morning on West Street and Morton. No word yet on injuries.
Dundas Street was closed from just past West St. to Sydenham Street for a traffic fatality involving a truck and a motorbike.
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The guy typically seen around Brantford carrying two newspaper carrier bags picking up bottles, is rumoured to be the guy who was killed on Brant County Road 4 (Cockshutt Road) south of Brantford, Ontario on Thursday night, January 26, 2012. A 1999 Volkswagen traveling northbound towards the city struck and killed the 60-year-old man while he was riding his bicycle at about 6:20 p.m. Ontario Provincial Police closed the road until after midnight, between River Road and County Road 18 while a technical traffic reconstruction unit conducted its investigation.
The cyclist succumbed to his injuries was pronounced dead at the scene.
If you think your commute is bad on say the 403, QEW or 401, try commuting in Chechnya…. Complete with guns and ramming cars off the road.