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 »  Home  »  City/Region News  »  Fail To Remain Collision Involving Cyclist
Fail To Remain Collision Involving Cyclist
By Law Enforcement | Published  09/14/2007 | City/Region News | Rating:
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Caledon - On Monday 10, September 2007, at about 6:37 p.m. Caledon OPP and Caledon Emergency Services responded to a collision at Old School Road and Torbram Road in Caledon.

Witnesses reported to police that a white pick-up truck was observed travelling westbound on Old School Road driving aggressively and passing other vehicles in an unsafe manner.The witnesses state the pick-up truck approached the intersection of Old School Road and Torbram Road, failed to stop at the stop sign and collided with a cyclist on the roadway.The truck then fled the scene at a high rate of speed, westbound on Old School Road.

Police are looking for information regarding the suspect vehicle, which is described as a white Dodge pick-up truck with a black lift gate on the back.

The cyclist, a thirty-five year old male from Brampton was transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Any person with information pertaining to this investigation or possible suspects are asked to contact Constable S. LACROIX, at 905-584-2241.

Information can also be given to your local police agency or CRIME STOPPERS at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).


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