Halifax RCMP Probe Single-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 Ramp

A single-vehicle crash on Highway 101 in Bedford, Nova Scotia, left one passenger with life-threatening injuries and three others with minor injuries. The RCMP are investigating the cause of the crash, which closed both exits for several hours.

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Halifax RCMP Probe Single-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 Ramp

Halifax RCMP Probe Single-Vehicle Crash on Highway 101 Ramp

The RCMP in Halifax are investigating a single-vehicle crash that occurred early Sunday morning on a Highway 101 ramp in Bedford, resulting in life-threatening injuries to one passenger and minor injuries to three others. The incident took place around 2:50 a.m. on the ramp of exit 1H on Highway 101 east.

According to RCMP reports, a Toyota Corolla rolled onto exit 4A of Highway 102 north. The crash left a 24-year-old Halifax man with life-threatening injuries, and he was immediately transported to the hospital by EHS. The driver and two other passengers sustained minor injuries and were also sent to the hospital for observation.

Why this matters: This incident highlights the importance ofroad safety and the need for vigilance while driving, especially on high-speed highways. It also underscores the potential consequences of a single-vehicle crash, which can have a significant impact on the lives of those involved and their families.

The RCMP Halifax Regional Detachment responded to the scene and launched an investigation into the cause of the crash. As a result of the incident, both exits were closed for several hours to allow for the investigation and cleanup of the site. The exits have since reopened to traffic.

The investigation into the single-vehicle crash is ongoing, and the RCMP have not released any further details about the circumstances leading to the incident. The current condition of the seriously injured passenger is unknown at this time.

Key Takeaways

  • Single-vehicle crash on Hwy 101 ramp in Bedford, NS, early Sunday morning.
  • 1 passenger, 24, suffered life-threatening injuries; 3 others had minor injuries.
  • Crash occurred on exit 1H ramp, Hwy 101 east, around 2:50 a.m.
  • RCMP investigating cause; exits closed for several hours, now reopened.
  • Current condition of seriously injured passenger unknown.