TORONTO – Three separate vehicular accidents that claimed the lives four people left Friday to be considered as a deadly day.

The first incident claimed the lives of two people and left one in critical condition after a collision on Highway 403 west of Toronto on Friday afternoon.

The car and tractor collision occurred shortly after 3 in the afternoon on Friday at the westbound lanes of Highway 403 near Winston Churchill Boulevard.

One person was declared dead on the scene whilst another person sustained life-threatening injuries in the crash and later on perished in the hospital. The third person involved is in critical condition and still remains in the hospital.

Highway 403 was temporarily closed for several hours to pave the way for the investigation of the Ontario Provincial Police officers.

The fatal collision on Highway 403 was the second fatal incident that occurred during the day. Early morning of Friday, a separate collision triggered the temporary closure of Gardiner Expressway for several hours.

A motorcyclist had lost control of his motorcycle while travelling the eastbound lanes of the Gardiner near Humber River.

The motorcyclist hit the center median and skidded into the westbound lanes of the Gardiner. He was killed after being struck by an oncoming car.

Lastly, a 52-year-old woman was also killed on Highway 407 after being hit by a truck when her car broke down.

Accident victims have rights. You may be eligible for compensation for your injuries, wage loss and medical bills. Contact an experienced  Toronto car accident lawyer now for a free consultation.

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