Lady killed in head-on collision in Laurentians

A motorocyclist in his 40s died Sunday afternoon of his accidents after he collided with a van in St-Barnabé-Sud, a municipality north of St-Hyacinthe within the Montérégie.

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A 38-year-old lady died Wednesday morning in a head-on collision within the Laurentians.

At roughly 9 a.m., a 50-year-old lady was driving east on Freeway 158 close to Ste-Sophie when she veered into the following lane and struck a automotive travelling west.

The 38-year-old sufferer was travelling with a minor who was barely injured, mentioned Sgt. Marc Tessier of the Sûreté du Québec.

The 50-year-old is in hospital with severe accidents, however her life will not be in peril.

A 3rd driver hit one of many automobiles whereas attempting to keep away from the accident.

It’s too early to know why the girl veered into the mistaken lane, Tessier mentioned.