UPDATE: Crash north of Brussels sends two to hospital

oppplogoHURON EAST – Police and firefighters were on the scene of a two-vehicle crash after a woman lost control while slowing for a snowplow on Brussels Line, just north of Brussels this morning.

Preliminary investigation has revealed the driver a Ford Escape was southbound on Brussels Line when she encountered a snowplow also travelling southbound.  The driver attempted to slow down for the plow however she lost control and entered the oncoming lane and collided with a northbound Volkswagen Jetta. The collision took place on Brussels Line 400 meters north of Brandon Road.

The driver of the Volkswagen, Lois Cafik, 83, from Wroxeter was transported to Wingham and District Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the Ford Escape, Rebecca De Kleer, 28, also from Wroxeter was transported to Seaforth Community Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.  Two children in her vehicle, ages 4 and 2 were uninjured.

The roadway is now open for travel.

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