Highway 35 closed for hours after OPP cruisers collided

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Highway 35 closed for hours after OPP cruisers collided

Postby Thomas » Thu Nov 12, 2015 2:50 am

Highway 35 in the area of Pontypool Road was closed for more than six hours early Wednesday (Nov. 11) morning after two OPP cruisers crashed while responding to a call for service

(KAWARTHA LAKES) Highway 35 at Pontypool Road was closed for more than six hours early Wednesday (Nov. 11) morning after two OPP cruisers collided.

“They were responding to a call for service - a family dispute,” says Kawartha Lakes OPP Constable Jackie Hildenbrand.

Although a total of four officers were in the two vehicles, no one was injured in the collision that took place at about 12:15 a.m.

The OPP’s Technical Traffic Collision Investigators were brought in to investigate the cause of the crash, which is ongoing.

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OPP cruisers involved in two separate crashes

Postby Thomas » Fri Nov 13, 2015 7:18 am

Provincial police are investigating after three OPP cruisers were involved in two separate crashes on Wednesday.

The first crash happened just after midnight when OPP were responding to a family dispute in Kawartha Lakes.

Police say two OPP cruisers were involved in crash on Highway 35 at Pontypool Road. Four officers were in the vehicles but nobody was injured.

The road was closed for over six hours while Technical Traffic Collision Investigators attended the scene to investigate.

The second crash happened just after 2:00 p.m. in Minden Hills. Police and fire were called to the single vehicle crash involving a full marked OPP vehicle on County Road 21, just east of Highway 35.

The officer, who was the only person inside the cruiser, was taken to local hospital and treated for minor injuries.

Technical Traffic Collision Investigators also attended the scene to assist with the investigation.

No civilian vehicles or people were involved in either crash.

Police continue to investigate.

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