A three-vehicle accident on Highway One in Saint John, New Brunswick has left one man dead and two injured. The crash was reportedly a head-on collision between a construction vehicle and a car. The fire involved the rear-end of the vehicle, which was then on fire. The construction vehicle was carrying out work on the highway. Police have not yet determined what caused the accident.
The crash was the result of a two-vehicle accident on Highway One in the west of Saint John on Tuesday morning. There were at least five vehicles involved in the crash and one person was seriously injured. Traffic was delayed for several hours and police are investigating the cause of the collision. It is unknown what caused the accident, but if anyone is hurt, they should seek immediate medical attention. If you’re unable to avoid the area, consider traveling by alternate routes.
The collision was the result of a head-on crash between two cars traveling on Highway 1. The red car was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes and collided with the Toyota. The driver of the red car suffered minor injuries, and the driver of the other vehicle was taken to Marietta Memorial Hospital. The crash affected two lanes of traffic in Saint John, but no one was injured inside.
Earlier in the morning, the Saint John Fire Department and Ambulance NB responded to an accident on Highway 1 near the Visitor Information Centre. At the time of the collision, there were five vehicles involved, and two of them sustained serious injuries. Fortunately, the traffic was not significantly affected, but the crash did result in several hours of delay and delays. While the cause of the accident is still being investigated, it’s clear that two people were seriously injured.
A multi-vehicle accident on Highway 1 in Saint John, New Brunswick has left six people hospitalized. The crash involved five vehicles, including a semi-truck. The two vehicles collided at an intersection on Highway 61 and Highway 43. The driver of the Chevrolet then went north and hit the Toyota. After the crash, both drivers were taken to hospitals for observation. The road was closed for several hours.
After the crash, the Saint John Police Force says one person was seriously injured and two others were hospitalized. The driver of the Toyota was also injured. A Chevy was travelling northbound in the southbound lanes of Highway 61. Both vehicles collided at an intersection on Highway 43. During the accident, the driver of the Toyota was transported to the hospital for observation. The other driver was not seriously injured.
There are three separate accidents on Highway 1 in Saint John, New Brunswick on Tuesday. Both drivers were hurt in the collision. The accident is still under investigation. However, the damage caused by the crash is extensive and will affect the people who drive on the highway. In addition to the two people, two other drivers were injured in the accident. The collision lasted for several hours. The drivers are still waiting for the police to release the names of those involved.
An accident on Highway 1 in Saint John, New Brunswick has caused 6 people to be hospitalized. Ambulance NB and the Saint John Fire Department were called to the scene, but there were no casualties. The crash caused a significant traffic backlog on the road for hours. In addition, two other people were injured. The police are still looking into the cause of the accident. If the crash happened, they should be able to pinpoint the exact location.
A multi-vehicle accident on Highway 1 in Saint John, New Brunswick, has sent six people to the hospital. The crash involved five vehicles and left two people in critical condition. It took hours to clear the road. The cause of the crash is still being investigated. The police are currently investigating the accident on Highway 1 in Saint John, N.B., is causing serious injuries.