UPDATE: Child in Stable Condition After Major Collision in Brampton
On the morning of Dec. 5, a major collision involving a vehicle and truck in the Hwy 50 and Cottrelle Blvd. area left one person dead and five others—including a child—with injuries ranging from minor to critical.
Although the child, a six-year-old girl, was originally listed as in critical condition, Peel police have confirmed that she is now in stable condition.
One person, a 77-year-old woman, was pronounced dead at the scene.
One passenger, a 52-year-old woman, was taken to a trauma centre in serious condition. Another woman sitting in the rear of the car was taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Two other occupants, the driver and front passenger, sustained minor injuries.
All occupants of the vehicle are from Woodbridge.
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