Brampton woman killed in car crash identified

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The woman killed in a collision between a car and transport truck in Brampton Monday, Dec. 5 has been identified as Nirmala Bhandari, 77, of Woodbridge.

Three family members, including a six-year-old girl, were also hurt, according to police, who are asking for witnesses or anyone with video footage to contact them.

Police said Diya Bhandari, 6, of Woodbridge suffered life-threatening injuries. She is now in serious but stable condition at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children.

Two other women — Veena Bhandari, 52, and Neha Bhandari, 29 — are also in serious but stable condition.

Two men in the car suffered minor injuries.

The crash happened on Highway 50 at 7 a.m. when the family’s northbound black Hyundai Sonata turned left at Cottrelle Boulevard and collided with a southbound truck.

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The Sonata then hit a black Acura that was stopped at the intersection, but the occupant of that car was not injured.

Anyone with information is urged to call the Major Collision Bureau on 905-453-2121, ext. 3710. – CINEWS

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