(ABOVE: Collision at Carp and Hazeldean on September 25, 2017. Photo via Wendy Wright / @wrightofwayCFRA)
Stittsville Councillor Shad Qadri says he’s asked the city’s traffic department to review resident concerns about the Carp-Hazeldean intersection. But if you read between the lines, it doesn’t look like this intersection is dangerous enough to warrant any immediate changes.
In his weekly newsletter published on Thursday, Qadri shared the most recent collision data available from 2015. The Carp-Hazeldean intersection had 10 reported collisions, ranking it 167th on the list of intersections with the most reported incidents. (By comparison, the intersection of Hunt Club and Riverside was the worst in the city with 60 collisions.) Continue reading
Did you hear sirens racing down Hazeldean Road towards Highway 7 this morning around breakfast? They were heading to the scene of a vehicle rollover on Highway 7 near the Hazeldean intersection.
O.P.P. are now searching for a second car believed to have fled the scene. Here’s a report from the Ottawa Sun:
Ottawa OPP officers are looking for a sedan with a crushed driver’s side panel after a motorist fled a crash that sent another vehicle flying into the ditch on Hwy. 7 Wednesday morning.
The crash happened at about 7:04 a.m. at Hazeldean Road when two westbound vehicles collided.
One vehicle was sent into the centre median, rolling several times.
The driver was taken to the hospital in Ottawa with injuries that aren’t believed to be life-threatening.
The suspect vehicle is described as a silver or blue late model four-door with damage all along the driver’s side. It was last seen heading towards Carleton Place.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Const. Steven Stewart at 613-270-9171.
From Ottawa Fire Services:
17:48 Ottawa Fire Services received a call from Ottawa Police Services reporting a single vehicle rollover at this intersection
Upon arrival confirmed vehicle was on its’ side with lone occupant of the vehicle was trapped
Extrication began at 17:58
Person was extricated at 18:11
Person extricated now in care of Ottawa Paramedic Service
(ABOVE: Photo via Wendy Wright / @wrightofwayCFRA)
Yet another collision at the intersection of Carp Road and Hazeldean Road, and residents are again calling for safety fixes at the intersection.
Is there any reason to believe the City will respond any differently this time?
From the Ottawa Paramedic Service:
Paramedics responded to a call for a motorcycle collision involving 2 motorcycles that occurred on Eagleson road near Brophy road. The Ottawa Paramedic Service Communications Centre received the call at 03:10 hrs today (Saturday July 29th2017). Continue reading
From CBC Ottawa:
Hours before a horrific car crash claimed the lives of her two best friends Sunday night, Sommer Foley’s parents told the 17-year-old to have fun swimming at a local quarry, but be home by 10 p.m.
Instead, the Stittsville teen was rushed to hospital, where she remains with serious injuries to her neck, arm and back, which was torn open in the crash.
“She’s hanging in there, and every day she gets a little bit better,” said Cherie Dillon-Foley, who also said the grief of losing her friends has changed her daughter forever.
“She’s feeling guilty. She’s here and they’re not.”
Partying at the quarry owned by Thomas Cavanagh Construction on Jinkinson Road has been described as a popular pastime for Stittsville teens, and the Foley’s parents don’t blame that tradition.
Jeff Foley is more concerned about how the rampant speculation on social media might be affecting the families of the teens involved in the crash..
“That’s all got to stop,” he said. “Everybody gets twisted and confused … it’s garbage.”
Read the full article…
From the Ottawa Citizen:
Maddie Clement loved children and animals and would do anything to help a friend, says her uncle.
The 17-year-old died Sunday night after a car carrying four teens swerved off the road into a wooded area near Stittsville.
Another young woman, Michaela Martel, 18, also died in the crash. Two other teens who were in the car remain in hospital. It’s unclear what caused the car to swerve, and investigators continue to interview witnesses.
In an interview Tuesday, Clement’s uncle, Ben Halsall, said his niece had a “heart of gold.”
“She could have done anything if she had set her mind to it,” Halsall said. “She was a very sharp, beautiful, funny girl.”
Read the full article…
(Update, Monday afternoon)
The Ottawa Citizen and CBC are reporting the names of the two young women killed in the crash. Police believe the teens were heading to or from a bush party when the driver of the car tried to pass another motorist and swerved off of the road. Police are continuing to investigate and are asking any witnesses to the incident to come forward. Continue reading
(via Ottawa Paramedic Service)
Paramedics responded to a call for bicycle versus vehicle collision that occurred at the intersection of Hazeldean Rd and Terry Fox Rd. The Ottawa Paramedic Service Communications Centre received the call at 8:43 on Sunday May 21.
Paramedics treated a 15-year-old male patient for a head injury as a result of the collision.
Patient was transported to hospital in serious but stable condition.
Ottawa Police are investigating
(Peter Vukovic and his family were on their way to church on Sunday morning, when they were involved in a serious collision at the intersection of Terry Fox Drive and Cope Drive near the Walmart. He posted this photo and open letter to Stittsville councillor Shad Qadri on Facebook. We’re republishing it with his permission. He says his family is shaken, but were not seriously injured. “Thankfully, my daughter asked my wife to sit in the back seat with her for some reason. And everyone was belted. Guardian Angels at work.”)
Councillor Shad Qadri I am begging you to please petition the city to make the intersection of Terry Fox and Cope Drive a fully controlled intersection.
After seeing many near misses and having a few of my own at that intersection over the years, my luck ran out this morning on the way to church. My whole family was transported to hospital by ambulance and the driver of the other car was transported as well.
Emergency crews responded to another bad collision at Eagleson and Fallowfield, just two weeks after a fatal incident at the same intersection.
UPDATE: Police now say one man is dead following the collision.
Fallowfield Road is closed between Eagleson and Shea after a car crash early Friday evening. Here’s info from the Ottawa Police and Ottawa Fire Services:
Ottawa Police: “The Ottawa Police Service would like to advise that Fallowfield Road is closed at this time between Eagleson Road and Shea Road due to a two motor vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 7pm this evening. Ottawa Fire is on-scene.”
Ottawa Fire: “Fire fighters received notification from Police at 18:57 that there was an accident at the intersection of Fallowfield Rd and Eagleson Rd. On arrival, a chief officer notified dispatch that one of the vehicles was on it’s side and there was extrication required for victims in both vehicles. Fire fighters are actively working to free the occupants of the vehicles on scene with specialized equipment.”
(via Ottawa Paramedics)
Paramedics responded to a call for pedestrian struck by a snowplough that occurred in the parking lot of a commercial shopping area on Stittsville Main. The Ottawa Paramedic Service Communications Centre received the call just before 9:30am today Continue reading
UPDATE, Oct 31:
(via Ottawa Police)
The Ottawa Police Collision Investigation Unit is investigating a fatal collision which occurred at 5:35 pm on October 30, at the intersection of Eagleson and Fernbank Road. The collision involved a red Hyundai Accent driven by a 47 year old male and a Honda motorcycle driven by a 59 year old male. Continue reading
(PHOTO: SUV drives into Hillary’s on Stittsville Main Street. Photo via François Côté.)
An SUV drove into the Hillary’s dry cleaner on Stittsville Main Street this afternoon. No injuries reported. Continue reading
Emergency services teams responded to a collision around noon today at Carp and Hazeldean between a car and a pick-up truck.
Paramedics treated three occupants in the car. A 77-year-old woman had a fractured arm and possible internal injuries and is in serious but stable condition. An 80-year-old woman and 81-year-old man suffered minor injuries The 21-year-old driver of the pick-up truck had minor injuries, according to paramedics. Continue reading
(via Ottawa Police & Ottawa Paramedics)
The Ottawa Police are investigating a single motor vehicle accident at Carp Road at Hazeldean Road that occurred at 5:00am this morning. One person was taken to hospital with serious injuries. Continue reading
(press release via Ottawa Police)
The Ottawa Police Service Collisions Investigation Unit is investigating a serious collision involving an elderly male cyclist and a large commercial vehicle. Continue reading
UPDATE: An individual has been charged in relation to this incident.
Emergency crews responded to collision between a motorcycle and a Toyota Camry at the intersection of Abbott Street and Stittsville Main Street on Friday evening. Police say the incident is under investigation.
Penny Horeczy was driving her Toyota Camry west down Abbott Street around 9:00pm, on her way home from a swim class at the GRC. She said she was driving through on a green light switching to yellow and felt a thump. Continue reading