Firefighters and paramedics tend to a woman who was in a car collision on Evans Road Tuesday morning.

Helping hands

Paramedics and firefighters arrived on scene at the Evans Road overpass Tuesday morning where a two-vehicle collision occurred.

  • Nov. 8, 2011 5:00 p.m.

Paramedics and firefighters arrived on scene at the Evans Road overpass Tuesday morning where a two-vehicle collision occurred.

A witness stated that the woman, driving a small burgundy SUV (pictured above at right), was turning left on a green light from the eastbound highway off ramp onto Evans Road when a white truck (not pictured above), travelling southbound, ran a red light and struck the driver’s side of her vehicle.

The woman was taken to hospital. It is unknown if anyone else was taken to hospital after the collision.

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