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Father of baby killed in police shooting near Lindsay, Ont., dies

A man who was shot at by Ontario Provincial Police in the Kawartha Lakes region has died in hospital, according to the province's police watchdog.

33-year old was injured in vehicle crash, then shot by officers

A shooting last week near Lindsay, Ont., left a young boy dead and an Ontario Provincial Police officer with serious injuries. (CBC)

A man who was shot at by Ontario Provincial Police in the Kawartha Lakes region has died in hospital, according to the province's police watchdog.

The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) says the 33-year-old man was injured after his truck collided with an OPP cruiser and another car on Nov. 26, near the community of Lindsay.

Three officers then began firing, injuring the man. His one-year-old son, who was also in the truck, was also fatally shot, though the SIU says it is unclear who shot him. 

The SIU says OPP officers were attempting to intercept the man after being told he had abducted his son from the municipality of Trent Lakes.

The man was then transferred to hospital  in serious condition but died Wednesday night. A post-mortem examination is scheduled for Friday morning in Toronto. 

An OPP officer who was reportedly standing outside his vehicle at the time was also seriously injured in this collision, and remains in stable condition. 

The SIU, which investigates incidents involving police in which death or serious injury occurs, says it is still interviewing witness officers to determine what happened. 

They also continue to ask that anyone with information or video of the incident get in touch. 

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