Multi-car crash in Dartmouth seriously injures 2 men
Police say truck flipped, crashing into 2 other cars and a motorcycle
RCMP are continuing their investigation into a multi-vehicle car crash that happened Monday evening in Dartmouth.
Police were called to the scene at Main Street and Forest Hills at 5 p.m.
They say a pick-up truck travelling towards Dartmouth collided into a Toyota Camry.
The truck flipped and then struck another car, a Ford Focus, as well as a motorcycle.
Vivek Titus works at a restaurant near the crash and heard it happen.
"I was making pizzas at the time and I heard a bang and I continued making pizzas, then I heard the police sirens ... so I was sticking out of my window and I saw two ambulances pull up. First one pulled up, the second one pulled up, they picked up someone from the road and they just dashed off and then finally the police people were able to cordon off the area," he said.
Police say the driver of the truck and the driver of the motorcycle — both 49 years old — were transported to hospital with serious injuries.