Skip to main content

Hwy. 17 bypass ramp in Sudbury reopens after collision

The Highway 17 bypass ramp in Sudbury has reopened following a single motor vehicle collision that closed the ramp eastbound to Highway 69. (Ontario 511 photo) The Highway 17 bypass ramp in Sudbury has reopened following a single motor vehicle collision that closed the ramp eastbound to Highway 69. (Ontario 511 photo)
Share

The Highway 17 bypass ramp in Sudbury has reopened following a single motor vehicle collision that closed the ramp eastbound to Highway 69.

Ontario Provincial Police said Wednesday they are still at the scene investigating the collision.

Updates on road conditions can be found on the Ontario 511 website

CTVNews.ca Top Stories

Someone died from untreated AIDS every minute last year: UN

Nearly 40 million people were living with the HIV virus that causes AIDS last year, over nine million weren't getting any treatment, and the result was that every minute someone died of AIDS-related causes, the UN said in a new report launched Monday.

Do you need a lawyer when making a will in Canada?

Many people believe that creating a will requires the services of a lawyer, but this isn't always the case. In his personal finance column for CTVNews.ca, Christopher Liew explains a lawyer's role when crafting your last will and testament.

Stay Connected