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City Of Kawartha Lakes OPP Looking To Identify Civilian Who Assisted At Head-On Collision On Highway 35

KAWARTHA LAKES-The City of Kawartha Lakes OPP is looking to identify the civilian who assisted at the head-on collision on HWY 35 on Nov 19, 2021.

Police say they helped at the scene by pulling the driver out of the truck. An SUV was traveling southbound on Highway 35, when for unknown reasons, crossed into the northbound lane and stuck a pick-up truck near highway 7A in Manvers Township according to police. The driver of the SUV was pronounced deceased at scene. The driver of the pick-up truck was transported to a Toronto area hospital with serious injuries.

The civilian who helped out is asked to contact PC Angie KERR at the Kawartha Lakes OPP Detachment at (705) 324-6741–

 

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