Five people were injured, including two in life-threatening conditions, after a vehicle got off the road and hit a tree at Von on Tuesday night.
The New York regional police responded to the call shortly before midnight Tuesday for the collision of King Won Rd, near Mill Rd. Staff Sgt. Andrew Bell told reporters at the scene that the vehicle, KIA sportage 2009, traveled to the west and "for unknown reasons, lost control of the vehicle," hitting a tree.
Of the five people in the vehicle at the time of the accident, two of them are in a life-threatening condition, three with minor injuries. All of them were identified as young by the police. Four carriers of ambulances and two special response units were sent by York paramedics.
"The road has a very sharp turn to the south, and then corrected it back," Bell said. "It will be speculating about why the accident happened, but I'm sure it might be a factor of influence."
Police say that although there are no immediate signs of damage, an investigation is underway for a dangerous ride.
King Won Rd. will be closed in both ways to Kipling Av. during the investigation.
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Emerald Bensadun is a critic journalist who works outside the Toronto star radio star. Follow it on Twitter: @twerk_vonnegut