22 year old Nick Baker of Cornwall sadly lost his life as well as .
One witness posted on Facebook:
The cars were in rough shape and there was alot of ppl standing around no cops or ambulances yet… I didnt realize someone had passed though so sad
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UPDATE 12:09 AM
The OPP are not assisting with any info as of 12:08 AM –
I was at the hospital when the accident happened. Heard the Code Blue on the PA, went outside thinking it would be awhile and watched the ambulances start to arrive. A doctor and a nurse informed a packed ER waiting room that 4 were killed, and 8 traumas were on the way to hospital. I saw 5 arrive. And 1 ambulance come but didn’t take anyone out. The road was blocked off at Richmond Drive all the way to Avonmore Road. You could see the activity just off of Avonmore road. Scary Shit. Article says 2 died and Nick baker as well. I take it there was 3
The 1st ambulance had a male, I think, and he was in cardiac arrest. 2nd ambulance had a female, conscious but injured. 3rd ambulance had a toddler, a baby (few weeks old, maybe a month) and a Mom. They all walked out of the ambulance Thank God
OPP UPDATE 8:50 AM October 19
Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [STORMONT DUNDAS and GLENGARRY] Fatal Collision Claims Life 2012-10-19
(South Stormont) – On 18Oct2012, at approximately 6:00pm, SD&G OPP officers responded to a report of a motor vehicle collision on County Road 2, South Stormont Township.
Early stages of the investigation indicate that a 22yr old male driver (Nicholas Baker of South Stormont ) was operating a 2006 Saturn west bound on County Road 2, (when for reasons under investigation) he crossed the center line and struck a 2008 Ford Explorer.
The 22yr old male driver was transported to hospital where he was pronounced deceased, the 53yr old female driver of the Ford Explorer suffered minor injuries.
A secondary collision occurred between a 2004 Toyota Matrix and a 2005 Tacoma pick-up truck. The occupants of both those vehicles were treated for minor injuries.
The roadway was closed for approximately 7 hrs while emergency personnel attended to the scene.
SD&G OPP members and Technical Traffic Collision investigators continue the investigation.