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COLEMAN, P.E.I. — A baby and a 52-year-old man are useless after a deadly two-vehicle head-on crash in Coleman, P.E.I., on Oct. 6.
Prince District RCMP responded to the crash close to the Mud Highway and MacPhee Highway intersection at round 7 p.m.
Emergency companies had been referred to as to the scene.
The 52-year-old man, the driving force of one of many automobiles, was pronounced useless on the scene.
The opposite car was travelling with a 27-year-old feminine driver and two youngsters.
The three-year-old youngster was pronounced useless on the scene, and the lady and six-year-old had been taken to the Prine County Hospital with severe accidents.
The six-year-old was later despatched to the IWK Youngsters’s Hospital in Halifax.
An RCMP collision reconstructionist and the PEI Coroner’s workplace are serving to with the continuing investigation.