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95-year-dilapidated Guelph resident killed in Puslinch, Ont., crash

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95-year-dilapidated Guelph resident killed in Puslinch, Ont., crash

Posted August 8, 2021 10: 19 am

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Updated August 8, 2021 10: 31 am

Ontario Provincial Police converse a 95-year-dilapidated Guelph resident became as soon as killed in a two-automobile crash in Puslinch, Ont., on Friday.

Police said emergency crews were known as to the scene at the intersection of Watson and Maltby roads at 4: 15 p.m.

Officers said a automobile heading south collided with a automobile that became as soon as eastbound.

The motive force of the eastbound automobile, diagnosed as William Irving, died at the scene.

Police said the driver of the southbound automobile became as soon as a 49-year-dilapidated Stoney Creek resident who became as soon as taken to clinic with non-lifestyles-threatening injuries.

An investigation into the crash is ongoing and somebody with information is requested to contact police.

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95-year-dilapidated Guelph resident killed in Puslinch, Ont., crash