2 dead, 2 seriously injured in crash on Nova Scotia’s Highway 103 – Halifax


Two individuals had been killed in a collision on Highway 103 in Lakeside, N.S., Thursday afternoon.

Halifax District RCMP, together with hearth companies and EHS, responded to a report of a crash in the realm shortly after 1 p.m.

“Officers learned that a Santa Fe, travelling east, crossed the median and collided head on with a Jeep Patriot that was travelling west on the highway,” stated a launch from the Nova Scotia RCMP.

The driver of the Jeep Patriot, a 35-12 months-previous Bridgewater lady, died on the scene. The rear passenger of the Jeep, a 5-12 months-previous little one from Bridgewater, was transported to hospital with critical accidents.

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The Santa Fe driver, a 62-12 months-previous man from Upper Tantallon, was additionally pronounced lifeless on the scene. The passenger of that automobile, a 53-12 months-previous lady, suffered critical accidents and was transported to hospital.

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A collision reconstructionist attended the scene and the investigation is ongoing. The freeway was closed for a number of hours however has since reopened.

Police imagine that climate was an element in a collision.

On Thursday, Environment Canada issued rainfall warnings and particular climate statements for a lot of southwestern and central Nova Scotia, and a few areas had been anticipated to rise up to 80 millimetres of rain.

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