GUELPH/ERAMOSA – Two people were airlifted with life-threatening injuries to a trauma hospital following a two-vehicle collision in Guelph/Eramosa on Oct. 8.
At approximately 12:45 p.m., emergency services responded to a collision between two sport utility vehicles, resulting in several injuries, at Wellington Road 22 and Line 8, along Highway 6 at the Guelph/Eramosa boundary.
One person was airlifted from the scene by Ornge’s air ambulance, and three other people were transported to local hospitals, including one who was later airlifted from a local hospital to a trauma center.
#WellingtonOPP continue to investigate #hwy6 collision in @GuelphEramosa as the second person has now been taken to a trauma center. Rebuilders participate in the investigation. The road will remain closed until the evening ^JC @wellingtncounty pic.twitter.com/pi80Unq6k5
— OPP West Region (@OPP_WR) October 8, 2022
Highway 6 between Side Road 6 South and Line 6 in Ennotville remained closed late afternoon as police continued to investigate the collision.
The causeway is expected to remain closed into the evening, but no estimated reopening time has been provided.
Police are asking anyone who witnessed the collision to call 1-888-310-1122.