Fatal Crash in Milton Leaves One Dead
A man is dead following an early morning crash in Milton.
At approximately 9 am on Thursday, October 18, Halton Regional Police responded to a single motor vehicle crash at the area of Main Street East and Elizabeth Street.
According to police, a Honda mini-van was travelling westbound on Main when it crossed over the centre line and veered onto the sidewalk, hitting a 55 year old construction worker who was conducting work in front of a Main Street residence.
The worker became trapped underneath the vehicle and required extrication.
The worker was pronounced dead by EMS shortly after being freed.
Halton police is conducting a further investigation along with officials from the Ministry of Labour.
The driver of the van is cooperating with investigators; at this time police are not releasing the name of the victim or the driver.
Main Street between Bronte Street and Bell Street is expected to remain closed for several hours as the investigation continues.
If anyone has any information please contact Halton Police Collision Reconstruction Unit at 905-878-5511 ext. 5124
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