Canada 40-vehicle pileup closes westbound Stoney Trail S.E.

21:37  09 february  2018
21:37  09 february  2018 Source:

Chaotic shooting leaves vehicle on its side, with bullet holes, on Highway 401

  Chaotic shooting leaves vehicle on its side, with bullet holes, on Highway 401 Ontario Provincial Police say they are investigating an early morning shooting on Highway 401 in Mississauga that left a vehicle on its side and riddled with bullet holes. No one was injured in the shooting involving two vehicles early Saturday, according to police and paramedics. Five men, who were in one of the vehicles, were questioned by police. A stretch of the highway was closed for a number of hours as police investigated, but it has since reopened to traffic. Sgt. Kerry Schmidt, spokesperson for the OPP's Highway Safety Division, said one vehicle was lying on its side at the scene after having rolled.

Crews clear a 40 - vehicle pileup , which closed westbound lanes of Stoney Trail S . E . near the Bow River on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018.

EMS transported nine people to hospital after a crash on Stoney Trail that involved around 40 cars. (Mike Symington/CBC). A massive pileup of about 50 vehicles Friday morning in southeast Calgary has sent nine people to hospital and closed the westbound lanes for hours.

The westbound lanes of Stoney Trail S.E. west of Deerfoot Trail are now closed due to a collision involving dozens of drivers.

The Calgary Fire Department said about 40 vehicles are tangled up in the westbound lanes of Stoney Trail S.E. between Chaparral Blvd. and Cranston Blvd. S.E.

All westbound lanes of Stoney Trail S.E. near the incident are shut down as emergency crews work to clear the scene.

Adam Loria with Calgary EMS said approximately seven people have been transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Heavy fog and slick road conditions were reported near the crash scene. The Calgary Police Service has been reminding drivers to turn their lights on, keep a good distance between vehicles and drive to the conditions.

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