LANCASTER — The conditions for two of three survivors in a horrific weekend crash on Highway 401 appears to be improving.
SD&G O.P.P. Const. Tylor Copeland told Cornwall Newswatch late Tuesday morning, a 31-year-old man and his three-year-old son were last reported to be in stable condition in hospital.
A source told CNW the three-year-old was taken to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) for treatment.
Their car was hit head-on by a wrong-way driver in an SUV on the westbound side of the freeway on Sunday night.
The crash killed the man’s mother and his wife.
The SUV then crashed into a tractor-trailer – the trucker and third survivor was not physically hurt.
A post mortem examination is typically done in fatal collisions, Copeland said, though he could not say when those autopsy results would be complete.