Four people sent to hospital after crash north of Flesherton
Provincial police say they began investigating last month after hearing from other law enforcement agencies that drugs were being imported in vehicles shipped to Canada by rail.
Four people were sent to hospital after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 10 north of Flesherton, Ont.
Grey County OPP officers were called to Highway 10 at Grey Road 32 shortly after 4 p.m. on Monday.
Police say a 2006 Buick RNR travelling westbound on Grey Road 32 made a left turn onto Highway 10 and collided with a 1997 Plymouth Neon, which was travelling northbound on Highway 10.
The driver of the Plymouth, a 21-year-old woman, was transported to Markdale Hospital with minor injuries. A 26-year-old male passenger in her vehicle was airlifted to Victoria Hospital in London with serious but non-life threatening injuries. Both are from Grey Highlands.
Another male passenger was transported to Markdale Hospital and later transferred to Victoria Hospital with unknown injuries.
A 65-year-old female passenger in the Buick was transported via ambulance to Markdale Hospital non-life threatening injuries. She was later transferred to the Meaford Hospital. The driver was not hurt.
Highway 10 from Grey Road 4 north to Road 130 was closed for several hours.
The driver of the Buick, a 65-year-old man from Toronto, has been charged with fail to yield to traffic on a through highway.