Guelph police say a 61-year-old Cambridge lady suffered critical accidents in a crash involving a bike on Thursday night time.
Emergency crews responded to the intersection of Wellington and Gordon streets at 7:30 p.m. for reviews of a collision involving a automotive and a bike.
In a information launch, police stated a three-wheeled motorbike and a Chevrolet collided within the intersection.
The driving force of the motorbike suffered “critical, doubtlessly life-threatening accidents,” police stated. A 19-year-old man driving the automotive and a 20-year-old passenger have minor accidents.
Investigators closed the intersection for about three hours.
Anybody witnesses or anybody with dashcam video is requested to contact police at 519-824-1212 ext. 7434.
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