Dundas is closed between Oak Park Boulevard and Trafalgar for an investigation into the cause of the crash.
Two people, including Halton police officer, taken to hospital after Oakville crash
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A Halton police officer and a civilian have been transported to hospital following a collision in the area of Dundas Street and Trafalgar Road in Oakville on Monday, March 25.
The collision, which involved a Halton police cruiser and a civilian vehicle, took place shortly after noon.
“The injuries related to the collision in Oakville are considered non-life-threatening,” said Halton police in a Twitter update.
The crash resulted in Dundas Street being closed in both directions from Oak Park Boulevard to Trafalgar Road as a collision investigation got underway.
Sergeant Ryan Snow of the Halton police collision reconstruction unit said the police vehicle involved was a fully marked police cruiser.
He also said the vehicle was responding to a call for service and had its emergency lights flashing and siren activated when it entered the Trafalgar Road and Dundas Street intersection where the collision occurred.
\”Were also going to be looking at speeds and we are also looking for any witnesses that would have seen what occurred.\”
Anyone with information about this collision is asked to contact the Halton police collision reconstruction unit at 905-825-4747 ext. 5065.