Car Accident Montreal Today – According to the reports of the Montreal police, the driver of the minivan was responsible for hitting a parked automobile for an unclear cause before striking two pedestrians. On Wednesday, a pedestrian in her 55th year passed away after being struck and killed by a minivan in the district of Côte-Des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-De-Grace in the city of Montreal.
A second pedestrian, a woman in her 58th year, was also struck by the vehicle and sustained significant injuries. The collision took place at approximately one in the afternoon near the intersection of Bourret and McLynn avenues. According to the Montreal police, the driver was a 64-year-old lady who was traveling east on Bourret when, for reasons that are still unknown, she struck a parked car and then went on to hit two pedestrians. The motorist was taken to the hospital and treated for shock there. The event is currently being looked into by the Montreal police department.