Multiple crashes in Hamilton reported due to snow squalls: Paramedics
Published November 28, 2023 at 10:51 am
Hamilton paramedics are advising drivers to exercise caution in the wake of multiple collisions related to wintery driving conditions.
Shortly before 10:30 a.m., the Hamilton Paramedic Service said it had responded to several crashes this morning (Nov. 28) because snow squalls were making driving more difficult.
In a post on X, the service said it had seen more crashes along the mountain, towards Ancaster.
Hamilton Paramedic Service has responded to several motor vehicle collisions this morning associated with snow squalls. Especially along the mountain, and towards Ancaster. Please slow down, leave space and drive for the conditions. #ArriveAlive.
— Hamilton Paramedics (@HPS_Paramedics) November 28, 2023
“Please slow down, leave space and drive for the conditions,” paramedics wrote.
The post comes after over 100 crashes were reported after snow started falling yesterday in Ontario.
But even before the bulk of the snow started to fall, the OPP in the western region of Ontario was called to multiple crashes.
Police responded to over 100 crashes between 1 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday (Nov. 27), OPP Acting Sergeant Ed Sanchuk said in a post on X (formerly Twitter).inthehammer's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising