Mississauga Teen Killed in Georgetown Crash
A Mississauga teen is dead following a crash in Georgetown early Saturday.
There have been no arrests in this collision and alcohol isn’t deemed to be a factor, said Halton police Staff. Sgt. Paul Davies.
Emergency crews responded to a call near Maple Ave. and Main St. S. around 1 a.m.
That’s when a 2013 Toyota sports coupe was travelling eastbound on Maple, approaching Main when it lost control.
The vehicle struck several lights and traffic control poles before crashing into a tree.
There were three people in the car, say police.
The driver and front seat passenger received minor injuries, however the rear seat passenger, an 18-year-old Mississauga man, suffered very serious injuries.
He died en route to hospital.
The collision reconstruction unit has been called in to work with the forensic identification unit.
The intersection is expected to be closed for several hours for the investigation.
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