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Woman dead, driver charged after 2-vehicle crash in Dunnville

Another person has been charged in connection with a crash that claimed three lives near Petrolia last October.
Another person has been charged in connection with a crash that claimed three lives near Petrolia last October. Don Mitchell / Global News

Police in Haldimand County say a woman is dead after two trucks collided in Dunnville on Wednesday night.

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were called to a two-vehicle collision around 10 p.m. near Haldimand Road 17 and Jarden Road.

Upon arrival, police, firefighters and paramedics discovered a woman who was unresponsive and trapped in a pickup truck, according to investigators.

READ MORE: 2 dead following head-on crash east of London — OPP

The driver of the other vehicle was arrested after officers reportedly detected signs of impairment by alcohol.

Collision reconstruction teams are still investigating and have not yet released details on the nature of the collision.

A 60-year-old from Dunnville has been charged with impaired driving causing death and impaired operation of a motor vehicle.

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Anyone with information on the collision can reach out to OPP at 1-888-310-1122.