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Two killed in Caledonia collision
A tractor-trailer and pick-up truck collided on Highway 6 early Monday morning
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The O-P-P are investigating a deadly crash this morning near Caledonia.

They say two people were killed when a tractor-trailer collided with a pickup truck on Highway 6.

The highway could remain closed from Argyle Street south to Fourth Line for several hours as police investigate the cause of the accident.

The identities if the victims have not yet been released.

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  1. Angry Bill posted on 08/26/2014 12:18 PM
    I got this anecdotally from someone who lives there. The pickup truck was stolen, and was booting along the road from the reservation at 130 km/h at 2am and blew through the stop sign, broadsiding the tractor trailer.

    But that sort of stuff doesn't get reported on, generally. Too many opportunities for someone to call you racist.
    1. AbbyW posted on 08/26/2014 12:57 PM
      @Angry Bill That area has amongst the highest rate of auto thefts in Ontario because the police can't step onto native land to retrieve stolen goods, nor can they arrest the criminals on native land. Great country we live in.
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The O-P-P are investigating a deadly crash this morning near Caledonia.

They say two people were killed when a tractor-trailer collided with a pickup truck on Highway 6.

The highway could remain closed from Argyle Street south to Fourth Line for several hours as police investigate the cause of the accident.

The identities if the victims have not yet been released.

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  1. Angry Bill posted on 08/26/2014 12:18 PM
    I got this anecdotally from someone who lives there. The pickup truck was stolen, and was booting along the road from the reservation at 130 km/h at 2am and blew through the stop sign, broadsiding the tractor trailer.

    But that sort of stuff doesn't get reported on, generally. Too many opportunities for someone to call you racist.
    1. AbbyW posted on 08/26/2014 12:57 PM
      @Angry Bill That area has amongst the highest rate of auto thefts in Ontario because the police can't step onto native land to retrieve stolen goods, nor can they arrest the criminals on native land. Great country we live in.
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