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A major crash in whiteout conditions closed a major highway north of Toronto for a number of hours.

Highway 400 was closed in both directions between Highway 89 and Mapleview Drive after a crash at Innisfil Beach Road around 9 a.m.

Police say 96 vehicles were involved, with three people taken to hospital. However police say there were no serious injuries reported.

Callers speaking with Jerry Agar on Newstalk1010, report hearing the sounds of crunching metal as more and more vehicles kept slamming into the pile.

Dave Philips is the Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada and spoke with Newstalk1010's Jerry Agar.

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      A major crash in whiteout conditions closed a major highway north of Toronto for a number of hours.

      Highway 400 was closed in both directions between Highway 89 and Mapleview Drive after a crash at Innisfil Beach Road around 9 a.m.

      Police say 96 vehicles were involved, with three people taken to hospital. However police say there were no serious injuries reported.

      Callers speaking with Jerry Agar on Newstalk1010, report hearing the sounds of crunching metal as more and more vehicles kept slamming into the pile.

      Dave Philips is the Senior Climatologist with Environment Canada and spoke with Newstalk1010's Jerry Agar.

        Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Sed vitae mollis tellus

        Courtesy for Rey Mena

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