Teen Charged After Mother and Toddler Killed in Collision in Mississauga
Police say a teen has been arrested in connection with a fatal collision that claimed the lives of a woman and her toddler and critically injured the child's father.
Peel police say that on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 at approximately 2:04 a.m., a grey Hyundai was travelling northbound on Mavis Road when it collided with a black Nissan that was travelling eastbound on Burnhamthorpe Road.
As a result of the collision, 33-year-old Saket Dogra, the father of the child, suffered life-threatening injuries. He remains in hospital.
His wife, 31-year-old Khushbu Aroro, and their 2 year-old son, Prakrit Dogra, succumbed to their injuries.
The family is from Mississauga.
Police say that on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018 investigators from the Major Collision Bureau arrested 18 year-old Orillia man Evan Campbell.
He has been charged with two counts of criminal negligence causing death and one count of criminal negligence causing bodily harm.
The accused will appear in court for a bail hearing on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Investigators are interested in speaking with any witnesses who may have seen the collision, have video footage of the incident or anyone who may have information regarding the actions of the driver prior to the collision to contact investigators with the Major Collision Bureau at (905) 453-2121, ext. 3710.
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