Fatal Collision Near Nipigon: OPP Seeks Public’s Assistance


Authorities request dash camera footage and any relevant information on the incident

NIPIGON, ON – The search is on for eyewitnesses and relevant evidence following a tragic accident on Highway 17, east of Nipigon. The Nipigon Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has appealed to the public, requesting any information or dash camera footage they might possess related to the collision.

Details of the Incident

On October 10, 2032, at around 3:30 p.m., the Nipigon OPP, in coordination with Emergency Medical Services and Fire, hurried to the scene of a deadly accident involving two vehicles. The collision, which took place approximately 20 kilometres east of Nipigon, involved a passenger motor vehicle and a pickup truck.

Public’s Role in the Investigation

The OPP believes that there may be members of the public who either witnessed the incident or possess crucial evidence that could significantly aid the ongoing investigation.

Authorities are particularly interested in any dash camera footage from vehicles that were in the vicinity of the accident during the time it occurred. Such footage can provide a clear picture of the events leading up to, during, and after the collision, potentially shedding light on the root cause and helping ensure that justice is served.

How to Reach Out

If you or someone you know has information related to this incident or if you witnessed the collision firsthand, you’re strongly encouraged to reach out to the OPP directly at 1-888-310-1122. Your involvement could be critical in piecing together the events of that fateful day.

For those who prefer to share information but wish to remain anonymous, there’s the option to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. Your identity will be protected, and your information could prove invaluable in this investigation.

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