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Ohsweken man facing multiple charges after head-on collision

CrimeOhsweken man facing multiple charges after head-on collision

Members of the Six Nations Police, along with Six Nations Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and Fire, responded to a head-on collision  involving three vehicles. 

Officers received information of a motor vehicle collision located on Chiefswood Road, north of Third Line Road, at approximately 9:15 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2024.

Police arrived on scene and observed three vehicles with severe damage. Officers spoke to one of the victims who advised police that the suspect vehicle hit them head on and attempted to flee the location but subsequently collided with another vehicle. The victim of the third vehicle confirmed this information. Officers observed the suspect vehicle and approached the male driver, who displayed signs of impairment.  

As a result of the investigation, Timothy Allan HILL (37 years old) of Ohsweken, Ontario has been charged with the following offences: 

– Fail to Stop at Accident  

– Impaired Operation 

– Dangerous Driving x 2  

– Operation while Prohibited x 2 

– Failure or Refusal to Comply  

The accused was held in custody pending a formal bail hearing. The accused’s vehicle was impounded and was placed on a 45-day hold.

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