August 22, 2018 7:05 pm
Updated: August 23, 2018 11:45 am

Provincial police identify 4 people killed in northern Ontario crash

WATCH ABOVE: Police say a deadly two-vehicle crash near Wawa, Ont. occurred on Sunday when one vehicle hit a moose and crossed into oncoming traffic. As Blake Lough reports, police have now identified two of the four people who died as Calgarians.

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Editor’s note: This story has been corrected. An earlier version incorrectly said five people were in the vehicle that struck the moose. 

LENDRUM TOWNSHIP, Ont. – Police say four people killed in a two-vehicle crash in northern Ontario over the weekend were from Calgary and Winnipeg.

Ontario provincial police say the collision happened Sunday in Lendrum Township, about 15 kilometres south of Wawa, Ont., when a southbound vehicle struck a moose and crossed into oncoming traffic, hitting a northbound vehicle.

They say all five people in the northbound vehicle were taken to hospital with serious injuries and two of them died.

Police have identified those two people as 51-year-old Cynthia Caraoa and nine-year-old Anika Caraoa of Winnipeg.

Police said two of the four people killed in a two-vehicle crash in northern Ontario over the weekend were from Calgary.

COURTESY: Brenda Grundt/Wawa News

They say two people in the southbound vehicle were pronounced dead on scene and two others were also transported to hospital with serious injuries.

Police identified the deceased as 45-year-old Fatos Metko and 14-year-old Fioralb Metko of Calgary.

Police have identified 45-year-old Fatos Metko of Calgary as one of the four people killed in a two-vehicle crash in northern Ontario over the weekend.

CREDIT: Facebook/ Fatos Metko

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