4 injured, 2 critically, after police say transport truck crashed into sedan in Vaughan

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Four people have been injured, two critically, after York Regional Police say a transport truck crashed into a car in Vaughan Wednesday evening.

Emergency crews were called to the intersection of New Huntington Road and Zenway Boulevard, east of Highway 50, just before 7:30 p.m.

A York Region Paramedic Services spokesperson told Global News two patients were taken to a local trauma centre while two other people were treated at the scene of the collision.

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Although the specific circumstances leading up to the crash weren’t immediately clear, a police spokesperson said a transport truck rammed into a sedan and forced it into another transport truck before it hit a pole.

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Officers closed the intersection for several hours as investigators gathered evidence.

It’s not clear what, if any charges, might be laid in connection with the collision.

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