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Woman in critical condition found early morning at roadside

It was not a good day for traffic flow in Durham yesterday what with the protests, compounded by a rash of accidents.

Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) and emergency services were kept busy.

It started early in the morning when at around 5am, a female was located at Hardwood Avenue South and Kingston Road in Ajax with serious injuries.

She was transported to a Toronto-area trauma centre in life-threatening condition. Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

Traffic was closed for the investigation, and the roadway was later re-opened.

Further information will be released as it becomes available. Thank you everyone for your patience, said the police.

Crashes in Pickering, Whitby, Oshawa

It also reported road restrictions due to a motor vehicle collision investigation in Whitby at Rossland Road and Orvis Street.

It said the right hand eastbound lane was shut down. Traffic was delayed, but was getting through. Later, the roadway was re-opened.

DRPS also reported that Major Oaks Road and Brock Road in Pickering was shut down for a collision investigation. Please find an alternate route, it said.

Stevenson Road South and Cartier Avenue in Oshawa was shut down for collision investigation too, police said.

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