Monday, October 1, 2012
Man found dead after vehicle accident, rescue demonstrations in Gravenhurst
A call came in early last week about a vehicle accident at the southwest corner of Bracebridge. When rescuers arrived, they found this car in a field with an elderly driver slumped over. Investigators believe the car struck a train bridge before veering off the road into the field. The man was pronounced dead by the coroner who attended the scene, though police said nothing appeared suspicious. Just another one of those times in this job where you're reminded of how precious and fragile life can be.
Earlier that week, water rescue demonstrations were held at the Gravenhurst Wharf. Hats off to the volunteer "victims" who volunteered to jump into the freezing cold water for the cameras.
Posted by Louis Tam at 6:39 PM