Perth accident Highway 7 results in death and personal injuries.

Lanark Accident

Sadly, a Perth , Lanark area woman died after her van was struck pulling out of a driveway on Highway 7 yesterday.  Lanark police reported that the terrible accident happened at around 4:30 p.m. Lanark police reported that a pickup truck was westbound on Highway 7, close to Gamles Side Road,  just 10 km west of Perth, when it collided with a van that was coming from a driveway. The driver of the van, an 80 year old woman from the Perth sadly died at the accident scene. The driver of the truck , a 49-year-old man from Oakville Ontario, was thankfully uninjured in the Lanark accident; however, 2 of his passengers were: a 48 year old woman and a young teenage girl. Both injured passengers were rushed to the Perth Hospital by ambulance with personal injuries. Two other girls were in the truck but thankfully were uninjured. Ontario Police are investigating the accident.  My thoughts go out to the 2 injured victims and the friends and family of the deceased 80 year old woman…

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Lanark accident highway 511 results in 2 wrongful deaths.

Lanark County Police reported a two-vehicle accident that resulted in the death of one man and another suffering serious personal injury. The Lanark police were called to the intersection of Highway 511 and Drummond Concession 7 at about 7:17 p.m. yesterday, Sunday, Nov. 27.  The driver of a Mazda hatchback travelling west on Drummond Concession 7 and hit a GMC pickup truck  traveling south on Highway 511. Sadly, the driver of the pick up truck died and the driver of the other car was taken to an Ottawa hospital. Both men are residents of Lanark County.

update:

Ontario Provincial Police say a Lanark County man identified as 47-year-old Christopher Curran died at the scene. Another man was seriously injured in the collision on Highway 511 Sunday.

Sadly, this morning OPP investigators said  that Ronald Cooper, 35, died in hospital as a result of his personal injuries.

My thoughts go out to both of these grieving families…