Man injured in five-vehicle crash dies in hospital

Man injured in five-vehicle crash dies in hospital
Man injured in five-vehicle crash dies
An Ingersoll man who was riding in a pickup truck involved in a five-vehicle crash described as "devastating" by the OPP has died of his injuries.

Kevin Coutts was one of 10 people taken to hospital after the  crash on Highway 24 in Norfolk County on Oct. 15.

Ingersoll Man Dies in Multi-Vehicle Crash

The 40-year-old suffered life-threatening injuries and was flown to a Hamilton hospital for treatment, according to police. He was pronounced dead on Nov. 6.

Police say the multi-vehicle collision happened after a pickup truck travelling south prepared to turn onto Norfolk County Road 19 East was rear-ended, causing the chain-reaction crash.

NORFOLK COUNTY – An Ingersoll man has died following a mutli-vehicle crash last week in Norfolk County.

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On Tuesday, Woodley posted the following message: “Tonight at 6:28 we said goodbye to my baby brother. We love you Kevin Coutts. Give a extra hug to dad for us.”

An Ingersoll man injured two weeks ago in a five-vehicle crash that sent 10 people to hospital has died, police said.

Coutts’ sister, Darlene Woodley, set up a Go Fund Me page on Oct. 28 to assist Coutts’ wife Amanda and their two children Mason, 8, and Ariel, 4.

Norfolk County OPP identified the deceased as 40-year-old Kevin Coutts, who was a passenger in a pickup truck involved in the collision Oct. 25, at about 7 a.m. on Highway 24 near Waterford.

Police said Coutts had been flown to a Hamilton area hospital after the crash. He was pronounced dead Tuesday, police said.

Norfolk OPP say the collision occurred when a pickup truck was attempting to turn from Highway 24 onto Norfolk County Road 19 East.

Police said a pickup truck was preparing to turn onto Norfolk Road 19 from Highway 24 when it was rear-ended by another vehicle causing a “domino effect” with other vehicles.