Gardiner Expressway cleared after multi-vehicle crash

A crash involving more than 20 vehicles blocked Toronto's westbound Gardiner Expressway west of Strachan Avenue for much of Friday's morning commute.

Multi-vehicle crash brought westbound traffic to standstill

a multi-vehicle crash brought westbound traffic on Toronto's Gardiner Expressway to a standstill near Dufferin Avenue. (CBC)

A crash involving more than 20 vehicles blocked Toronto's westbound Gardiner Expressway near Dufferin Avenue for much of the morning commute.

The pileup happened in the westbound lanes of Toronto's Gardiner Expressway just west of Strachan Avenue near Dufferin. (Google)

The crash happened just after 8:30 a.m. ET Friday and stalled westbound traffic on the Gardiner. Vehicles were backed up all the way to the Don Valley Parkway. The backup was cleared a few hours later.

Toronto paramedics received calls to take two people to hospital with minor injuries.


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