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Collision on Mitch Owens Road leaves pedestrian in life-threatening condition

The Ottawa Paramedic Service says a pedestrian has been taken to hospital in life-threatening condition following a collision in Ottawa’s south-end. (Jackie Perez/ CTV News Ottawa) The Ottawa Paramedic Service says a pedestrian has been taken to hospital in life-threatening condition following a collision in Ottawa’s south-end. (Jackie Perez/ CTV News Ottawa)
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The Ottawa Paramedic Service says a pedestrian has been taken to hospital in life-threatening condition following a collision in Ottawa’s south-end.

Paramedics say they received a call at 9:46 a.m. Sunday reporting a pedestrian has been struck by a vehicle on Mitch Owens Road. When they arrived on scene, they found a man with critical injuries. Paramedics say he was taken to the Ottawa Hospital's trauma centre. 

The Ottawa Police Service says in a post on X that Mitch Owens Road is closed between Hall and Boundary roads. It asks people to avoid the area and take an alternate route.

Police say the road will re-open shortly. 

  

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