Wolfe Island shuttle collision sends multiple people to hospital with minor injuries: OPP

Frontenac Paramedics say four people were transported to hospital after a collision between a crop sprayer and the Dawson Point-Marysville shuttle bus. Frontenac Paramedics

OPP say four people were sent to hospital after a Wolfe Island shuttle bus got into a crash Tuesday afternoon.

OPP say the 47-year-old driver of the bus has been charged with careless driving following a collision with farm equipment.

Police say the bus collided with a stationary crop sprayer about 200 metres from the ferry dock at around 1:30 p.m.

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Four people were injured but are likely to be released from the hospital Tuesday.

Frontenac paramedics say a crop sprayer and the Dawson Point-Marysville shuttle bus collided, resulting in the injuries of four people, none of which were life-threatening.

The crash happened on the Island.

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The ferry was delayed in order for Frontenac Paramedics to transport the patients from Kingston.

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