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Two treated for injuries following New Haven collision

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A tow truck removes a van from the scene of a single vehicle collision on Saturday. The van's driver and a passenger were both transported to QEH with  non-life threatening injures.
SUBMITTED PHOTO/ALYSHA CAMPBELL A tow truck removes a van from the scene of a single vehicle collision on Saturday. The van's driver and a passenger were both transported to QEH with non-life threatening injures. - Submitted

A single-vehicle collision in New Haven Friday evening resulted in two individuals being transported to QEH for non-life threatening injuries, says RCMP.

Police responded to the collision, which saw one of the individuals ejected from the vehicle, shortly after 6 p.m.

The collision occurred on the “Plan B” section of the Trans-Canada Highway.

An RCMP spokesperson said while injuries were not life threatening they were unsure of the extent of injuries.

RCMP said the investigation on the crash has concluded and that there will be no charges laid.

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