Two men dead in two collisions near Quebec City

Both men in their early thirties are dead after separate car crashes near Quebec City.
Two accidents, one on Henri IV boulevard and the other on Highway 73, resulted in two fatalities. (CBC)

Two men in their thirties died overnight in two separate accidents near Quebec City.

Jonathan Jobin, 31, died after losing control of his car on Highway 73, near the Jean-Talon exit in the Quebec City borough of Charlesbourg.

Eyewitnesses told police they saw Jobin’s car hit the median and flip over around 9:45 p.m. Friday night.

Sgt. Claude Denis of the Sûreté du Québec said Jobin was ejected from the vehicle.

He died this morning in hospital.

He was not wearing a seatbelt and police found a smartphone in the car connected to a social media website.

The SQ couldn’t confirm whether Jobin was using the phone at the time of the accident.

The other man, also in his early thirties, died while taking a curve on Henri IV boulevard near the Laurier interchange.

Both men were travelling alone.