Posts Tagged ‘ottawa accident young girl dies march 27’
Posted by Ottawa Personal Injury Lawyer, Ottawa Accident Lawyer, David Hollingsworth in Ottawa Car Accidents, Personal Injury Claims, wrongful death on March 29th, 2011
Ottawa Accident Lawyer David Hollingsworth- As a father of a five year old daughter, my heart goes out to this suffering family. I am so so sorry for this tragic loss. The Ottawa Police Service Traffic Collision Investigation Section is investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision that happened yesterday afternoon on Cyrvill Road. A 5 year old girl who suffered life threatening personal injuries died at Ottawa’a CHEO . The name of the young girl is not being released at the request of the family. The Ottawa car accident occurred when the 57 year old driver of a Toyota Sienna traveling eastbound on Innes Road lost control as it was turning onto Cyrville Road. The vehicle entered the southbound lanes of Cyrville Road and struck a southbound Toyota Rav4, driven by a 64 year old man. The Sienna mounted the centre concrete median, where it struck a Honda Odyssey stopped at the intersection in the northbound lane. The force of the impact drove the Odyssey into a stopped Pontiac Montana to the right of the Odyssey in the northbound lane of Cyrville Road. This carried the vehicles into the right turning lane of Cyrville Road and both struck a Volvo driven by a 45 year old woman. There were four occupants in the Odyssey. The female driver, age 39, and two male passengers, one seated in the front, age 14 and one seated in the rear, age 8, received minor injuries. The 5 year old girl seated in the rear sustained life threatening personal injuries. The 45 year old male driver of the Montana and the driver of the Volvo were both uninjured. The 11-year old female passenger in the rear of the Sienna and the driver were uninjured. The 46 year old female passenger, seated in the front, sustained minor injuries. The driver of the Rav4, who was alone in his vehicle, was uninjured. The Ottawa accident remains under investigation. Any witnesses police have not spoken to are requested to call the Collision Investigation Unit at 613-236-1222 extension 2481or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS).