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Two vehicle collision in Beaver Meadow, Antigonish County

File photo of RCMP logo
File photo of RCMP logo

The cause of a two-vehicle collision on Good Friday in Beaver Meadow, Antigonish County is still under investigation.

Sgt. Andrew Joyce, Nova Scotia RCMP public information officer, confirmed police responded to the crash - one involving a Toyota Corolla and an F-150 pick-up truck -  at approximately 12:05 p.m.

He noted the scene, between mile marker 212 and 213 at the intersection of Trans-Canada Highway 104 and Mill Road, was cleared in just more than one hour.

Joyce said four occupants of the Toyota were taken to St. Martha's Regional Hospital with serious, but non-life-threatening injuries.

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