Mother, 7-year-old son hit by truck in Brampton, husband charged – CityNews

Mother, 7-year-old son hit by truck in Brampton, husband charged - CityNews
Father charged with striking wife, son with pickup in Brampton
A 41-year-old man is facing charges of criminal negligence and dangerous driving after his wife and their seven-year-old son were struck by a truck in the driveway of their own home in Brampton.

Police originally said he had been charged with impaired driving, but after further investigation, those charges were dropped.

The child was initially deemed to be critically hurt but police now say his condition had stabilized and his injuries are no longer considered life-threatening. They say his mother is also in stable condition.

Emergency crews were called to the scene around 8:40 a.m. Tuesday in a residential area near Creditview Road and Bovaird Drive West.

When officers arrived, Wright said they found a young boy and a 36-year-old woman on the ground. He said the boys father, who is in his 40s, lives in a different unit in the same complex as his wife and son.

Police said the woman’s husband was reversing the truck in the driveway when he ran over his wife and son. The truck then backed into the garage of the unit next door, causing damage to the building.

Peel police Const. Bancroft Wright further explained that the vehicle moved in a circular fashion while backing up, starting from one unit and then crashing into the unit beside it. He says the woman and her son were by the driver’s door when they were struck.

“They were at the driver’s door. So the driver’s door was open and the driver was sitting on the driver’s side. He backed up, striking them with – I’m going to assume the door – but that’s yet to be determined by the investigators,” he said.

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He also added that there is structural damage to the unit the car collided into and it’s structural integrity will have to be checked before the vehicle is removed.

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Father charged after crash in Brampton driveway sends mother and child to hospital

Johnathon Leon from Brampton is facing two counts each of criminal negligence causing bodily harm and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle. He remains in custody and is scheduled to appear for a bail hearing on Wednesday in a Brampton court.

A 36-year-old woman and her seven-year-old son are in life-threatening condition in hospital after being hit by an alleged impaired driver in the driveway of their Brampton, Ont. home Tuesday morning, Peel Regional Police say.

Police said the mother and child were sent to a local hospital but then transported to a trauma centre.

Their injuries were initially considered life threatening but police later said they were both in stable condition.

The Impaired Driving charges laid against a father accused of running down his wife and 7-y/o son in Brampton have been dropped. The new charges are 2 counts each of Criminal Negligence Causing Bodily Harm, and Dangerous Operation Of a Motor Vehicle. @680NEWS @CityNews pic.twitter.com/TZnBMLIkSX

When officers arrived, Wright said they found a young boy and a 36-year-old woman on the ground. He said the boys father, who is in his 40s, lives in a different unit in the same complex as his wife and son.

Ont. man in custody after mom, son run over by truck

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The man, who police have identified as 41-year-old Jonathon Leon, was arrested and is facing two counts of criminal negligence causing bodily harm and two counts of dangerous operation causing bodily harm. He was first arrested at the scene for impaired driving, but on Tuesday night, Const. Iryna Yashnyk said there were “not enough grounds” to charge the man with impaired driving.

A woman and her seven-year-old son are in life-threatening condition in hospital after being allegedly hit by their fathers pickup truck in the driveway of a home in Bramptons Mount Pleasant area on Tuesday morning.

The incident occurred around 8:30 a.m in an area near Mount Pleasant GO Station and Mount Pleasant Village Public School. The woman, 36, and boy, 7, were first taken to hospital and then rushed to a trauma centre with life-threatening injuries. They are now in stable condition. Investigators are determining whether the incident was a domestic dispute.

Peel Regional Police said they were called at about 8:30 a.m. to the Conductor Lane and Portsdown Road area, just north of the Mount Pleasant GO train station.

Acting Sgt. Bancroft Wright said the driver of a Honda Ridgeline pickup reversed into the pair, possibly striking them with an open drivers side door.

The vehicle then continued into the garage of a townhome, tearing bricks from the structure and damaging the garage door of the townhouse.

They were taken to a local hospital for assessment and later transferred to a trauma centre for treatment.

Acting Sgt. Bancroft Wright said the woman is in stable condition and the boys condition was later upgraded from life-threatening to stable.

Police said Leon will be charged with two counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and two counts of criminal negligence causing bodily harm.