Victims identified in van truck collision in southwestern Ontario 

ST. CLAIR TOWNSHIP, Ont.- Provincial police have identified two people killed in a collision that involved a transport truck and a minivan.

They say the van went through a stop sign into the path of the truck which was travelling east on Courtright Line in St. Clair Township, Ont., early on Tuesday afternoon.

The driver of the minivan, 66-year-old Cheryl Riley of Walpole Island First Nation, and her passenger, 20-year-old Tahja Cadotte of Wallaceburg, Ont., died at the scene south of Sarnia, Ont.

The driver of the transport truck, a 41-year-old man from Central Huron, Ont., suffered minor injuries and was treated in hospital.

 

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