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Posted by Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer, Ottawa Accident Lawyer, David Hollingsworth in Ottawa Car Accidents, Ottawa Injury and Accidents on May 9th, 2010
Ottawa Accident Lawyer David Hollingsworth – Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer- I am truly sorry to everyone involved in this Ottawa accident which resulted in death and serious personal injury. Losing two 18 year olds is a very sad event. My wishes go out to the families of these young men. I also wish a healthy and full recovery to the other accident victims of this terrible Ottawa accident….
Two 18 year old men died after the Pontiac Sunfire they were riding in collided with a Hyundai Santa Fe SUV just after 7:30 p.m last night on Albion Road. Of the 4 people in the SUV, the most serious personal injury was an 82-year-old woman, who was found semi-conscious in critical condition with head injuries and was rushed to hospital where her condition was upgraded to serious, but stable upon arrival. A 56-year-old woman suffered severe chest trauma and a possible fractured sternum. She was in serious, but stable condition. The 67-year-old man driving the Santa Fe suffered head, neck, abdominal and shoulder injury, and a 61-year-old woman suffered orthopedic injury- a fractured wrist. Both were taken to hospital in stable condition. None of the names of the crash victims have been released.
Ottawa police say driver error is likely to blame for a weekend crash on Albion Road that claimed the lives of two high school students.
Ottawa Accident Update: Speed and alcohol were ruled out as factors in the accident, which happened Saturday night when a Pontiac Sunfire driven by David Stringer, 17, and carrying passenger Jonathan Jackson, 18, collided with a Hyndai Santa Fe. Both teens in the Sunfire were killed. Four passengers in the Santa Fe were taken to hospital and are listed in stable condition. The Sunfire was travelling southbound on Albion about 300 metres south of Rideau Road at about 7:40 p.m. Police say Stringer might have veered into the highway’s narrow gravel shoulder and while attempting to correct, steered into the oncoming lane. Friends of the two teens came to the accident site to say goodbye. “Not all of us are religious, but we know Jonathan and David were both very religious so we said a little prayer for them,” said Kadry Lawrence. Set to graduate from Merivale High School this year, Stringer was active in musical theatre and held a black belt in karate. Jackson, a student at John McCrae Secondary school, was a popular student involved in charitable work. He spent a year in Haiti with his family working with the poor. The school board said a tragic events reponse team has been put in place to provide assistance, counselling and support to students and staff this week. “Our community is in mourning,” said a statement issued by the board. “We will support each other in this time of need.”
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