2 injured after tractor-trailer rollover on Hwy. 427 off-ramp in west-end Toronto

The truck was travelling in the southbound lanes of the highway at around 3 a.m. when it took the exit for Dundas Street, failed to negotiate a curve in the road and ended up toppling over.

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“It was obviously very dark but there were speed advisory signs here on the ramp,” OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt told CP24 at the scene. “It comes back to driver inattention. It comes down to everyone driving their vehicles appropriately. We have seen so much carnage with vehicles and transport trucks specifically in the last couple of days and that is something we need to get everyone to understand.”

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OPP Sgt. Kerry Schmidt says the single-vehicle crash occurred on a Highway 427 off-ramp around 3:30 a.m.

The crash follows a fiery fatal pileup on Highway 400 earlier in the week that left three people dead and several others with minor injuries.

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A transport truck involved in a rollover on the off ramp from southbound Highway 427 to Dundas Street early Friday morning is shown.Toronto paramedics said a woman in her 50s was taken to hospital and a male in his 50s was rushed to a trauma centre.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 1-888-310-1122.

The cause of the rollover was not immediately clear, he said.

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“The responsibility for every driver and truck drivers is to pay attention,” Schmidt said. “Drivers need to make sure they’re operating their vehicles in a safe manner.”

The ramp is closed as police investigate.

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