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Police Identify Woman Killed In Crash On Highway 35 On May 19,2022

KAWARTHA LAKES-Police have identified the woman who was killed in a three-vehicle crash on Highway 35 on May 19th.

Members of the City of Kawartha Lakes Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Fire and EMS attended a fatal motor vehicle collision on Highway 35 just north of Thunder Bridge Road, north of Lindsay.

The collision involved a car, an SUV and an SUV towing a trailer. Detours were set in place while the highway was closed for several hours, as the scene was measured and documented by members trained in collision reconstruction.

All three involved drivers were transported to hospital. One with minor injuries, another was transported to a Toronto area trauma center and another pronounced deceased at the hospital.

The deceased has been identified as Monica Sooley 35 years-of-age, of Lindsay.

The collision continues to be investigated by the OPP Technical Collison Investigation and Reconstruction Program.

 

 

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