Man thrown 2 metres, injured in multi-vehicle crash
A 62-year-old man was taken to hospital with moderate to severe head and chest injuries after being thrown two metres in a crash on Hunt Club Road near Cahill Drive.
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#1 Oct 27, 2012
I have observed this to be a common problem along Hunt Club Road. Drivers no longer respect the pedestrian right of way. Drivers do not slow down or yield at pedestrian crossing at intersection. This is the case with the north-bound Prince of Wales to Hunt Club intersection and the Hunt Club Road and Bridle Path intersection. Drivers leave Hunt Club Road and go up Bridle Path without yielding to pedestrian crossing. Drivers also often make a sudden u-turn at the Bridle Path and Pimlico Crescent intersection.
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