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Tecumseh Ontario Provincial Police say two people today are dead and a person is in healthcare facility with non-existence threatening accidents after their car crashed into a parked automobile and caught on fireplace all around 3 a.m.

Law enforcement say County Street 34 amongst March Sideroad and Cameron Sideroad will be closed most of the day

Tecumseh OPP are investigating a solitary vehicle collision in Kingsville, Ont. that killed two and wounded one particular. (Dave Chidley/CBC)

Two men and women are useless and a single is in clinic with non-everyday living threatening accidents after an early morning crash in Kingsville, Ont., outside the house of Cottam, Ont. 

Const. Steve Duguay with the Ontario Provincial Law enforcement explained the one auto collision happened about 3 a.m. on County Highway 34, in between Marsh Sideroad and Cameron Sideroad. 

“A single motor automobile remaining the roadway and struck a parked car. The car ignited into flames. One occupant of the motor vehicle was in a position to escape,” he claimed in a video clip on the OPP West Region’s Twitter. 

The other two individuals in the auto did not get out in time and ended up pronounced useless at the scene, Duguay stated. 

Duguay stated he was unable to share extra data about the victims as OPP are even now notifying their subsequent of kin. 

He reported County Highway 34 will remain closed for most of the working day. 

OPP are still investigating.

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