Two sent to hospital following head-on collision in St. John’s

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The driver and passenger of a beige Chevrolet Impala were taken to the Health Sciences Centre in St. John’s with undetermined injuries as the result of a head-on collision with a Mazda 3 on Prince Philip Drive, just past 9:30 a.m. today.

Two people were sent to hospital this morning in St. John's following a head-on collision in St. Johns. — Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

Reports at the scene indicate the Impala was travelling east in the west-bound lane when the collision occurred.

Three ambulances were on the scene, as well as a pair of fire trucks and RNC patrol cars. The female driver of the Mazda 3 escaped unharmed.

Traffic was delayed for a period of time due to the debris and damaged cars blocking the lane.

-Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

Organizations: Mazda 3, Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

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  • Learn to Spell
    December 05, 2013 - 16:08

    Please learn to spell. Am I correct in assuming that when you're older, and claiming you're perfectly able to drive, we should just take your license anyway? I agree that there should be mandatory retesting and training after a certain age, but this is certainly not the case for all elderly folks. Half of the YOUNG people on the roads these days don't deserve a license.

  • wow!
    December 05, 2013 - 14:27

    we're not going to "get" older folks off the road nor should we. most accidents are caused by young drivers, check out the stats for yourself, (you should have educated yourself before you set your discrimination to type) does that mean we should take people like you off the road?

  • JJ De L'eau
    December 05, 2013 - 12:35

    This is ridiculius. The drivers going the wrong way were 88 and 84! When are we going to get the old folks off the roads! Drivng is NOT A RIGHT!

    • Joe
      December 05, 2013 - 14:11

      Tell that to the young drivers doing 120 or 130 on the ORR.