Car smashes into house in Mississauga in overnight collision
A car has smashed into a house in Mississauga on Saturday (Dec 5).
Peel police say they were called to the scene of a crash on Heatherleigh Ave at Eglington Ave at around 1 a.m after reports of one of two vehicles that struck a house.
Police say three people from one vehicle were transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and they are looking for the driver of the second vehicle who fled the scene on foot.
Eglington Ave at Heatherleigh has been shut down at this time and police are continuing to investigate.
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