An unusual death occurred in a horrific accident on the motorway. Even no policeman saw anything like this.
TORONTO – The situation is particularly tragic when longtime police officers insist on it and describe the crash on a freeway with the words: “I’ve never seen anything like it”. This has happened in Toronto, Canada. A 46-year-old man died due to a terrible condition near a metropolis in southeastern Canada.
Motorway accident: “Driver had no chance to react”
Just outside the big city in nearby Hamilton, the ill-fated Raven was killed by a bad road. “The driver did not get a chance to react. It happens within each other, “Carey Schmidt told news portal CBC from the local police. The road sign hung on the tracks when an excavator at a construction site accidentally hit it with his gripper hand.
The construction broke loose and the signal hit the car. A 46-year-old man died on the spot in the accident. “These were very tragic circumstances,” said Schmidt, who, according to his LinkedIn profile, has worked for the police in the state of Ontario for 20 years.
Deadly Collision: #QEW Toronto Nikola tied in Tesla Blvd: An excavation in a construction area struck an overhead road sign, causing it to collide with a passing vehicle and fall onto the road. The 46-year-old driver of Niagara was declared dead in the car. pic.twitter.com/A3Njm1LqoA
– OPP Highway Safety Division (@OPP_HSD) 27 April, 2021
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The accident happened around 1 o’clock in the afternoon. Police photos show the destroyed car as well as the excavated and broken structure. Schmidt says of the sign: “The signs are very heavy, strong, but when a large machine hits them, the bracket is loosened”.
Now two officers have been assigned the case. According to CBC, the company providing the excavation has not yet commented on the accident.
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