Canada Four dead, 4 hurt, in Quebec crash

15:52  11 april  2017
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McMorris posts photo after nearly fatal crash

  McMorris posts photo after nearly fatal crash VANCOUVER - Mark McMorris gave his fans an update a week after a life-threatening crash in the backwoods of British Columbia. McMorris posted a pair of photos to Instagram that served as a before-and-after of how he looked after the crash. One photo showed McMorris in a hospital bed, covered in medical apparatus including a breathing tube. The second photo showed him giving a thumbs up with his brother Craig while sitting together on a couch. A bandage can be seen on the right side of Mark's body.Craig also posted the second photo to his own Instagram account on Saturday. © Provided by thecanadianpress.

The Seattle Times. A 31-year-old woman was killed and four others — including two children — seriously injured in a head-on collision late The identities of the dead passenger and injured children were withheld by the state patrol at the request of family, according to a State Patrol news release.

A 37-year-old Billings man died and four people were injured in a head-on crash about 8 miles south of Townsend Saturday night. According to the Montana Highway Patrol, the Billings man was driving north on Highway 287 when he lost control of a 2010 Toyota Tundra and hit a 2017 Ford F350 in the

CHATEAUGUAY, Que. - Four people were killed and at least four others suffered serious injuries in a head-on crash early Tuesday in Chateauguay, Que.

Quebec Provincial Police say it appears one vehicle entered Highway 30 from a ramp in the wrong direction and struck an SUV heading west (near the exit for Haute-Riviere Road).

Two people in their 80s and a 15-year-old believed to be from the same family were in the wrong-way vehicle and all three were killed.

The other vehicle, believed to be from Ontario, carried five people.

One of them, a 56-year-old female passenger, died while the four others in the SUV suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries.

The crash occurred shortly after midnight on the highway immediately south of Montreal and has since reopened to traffic.

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