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.
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.