UPDATED: City Vehicle and Car Collide on People’s Road

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Media Release – Officers with the Traffic Services Division of The Sault Ste. Marie Police Service are investigating a collision that occurred today at the intersection of Johnson Avenue and Peoples Road.

At approximately 10:30 a.m. a grey Pontiac sedan was Southbound on Peoples Road and collided with a City Board of Works vehicle that was Northbound on Peoples Road.  One female driver from the Pontiac was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

A newer white sedan with tinted windows was observed at the scene with a female driver.  This vehicle was observed turning from Johnson Avenue Southbound onto Peoples Road.  Officers would like to speak to the driver of this motor vehicle.

Anyone with information regarding this collision is asked to contact Sgt. Ray Magnan of Traffic Services at 705 949 6300 ext 348.


Reported Earlier – No serious injuries in a collision involving a City Snow Removal Vehicle and a small passenger car on People’s Road Tuesday morning.

Sault Ste. Marie Police Service, Sault Fire Services and EMS were dispatched to the scene around 10:30am.

Police at the scene tell us one person in the passenger vehicle was treated for injuries at the scene.

The small car sustained major front end damage, the City owned vehicle ended up on a snowbank following the crash.

Police are still investigating the incident.

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    • It was set up on 3rs line this crash was on people’s 2 kms from work site and the lady that was hit was cut off by another car turning and swerved into the city truck had nothing to do with the set up and on that how about you take another route or be patient seeing how there’s snow removal in progress signs everywhere so you can avoid using the one road that is being operated on

      • Josh please use some punctuation to break up that sentence. It was far too difficult to read and decipher.

  1. Driver was cut off by a white car pulling out from Johnson and victim had to swerve. – Eye witness to accident.

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