Five teenagers were injured, two critical, after the vehicle got off the road and hit wood in the Vaughan area late on Tuesday.
Two of these teenagers suffered life-threatening injuries. One teenager was severely injured, while the other two suffered less injury to a single car accident, claims Yorka regional police.
All five, between the ages of 15 and 17, were in a car traveling west of the King Vaughan Road, approaching Kipling Avenue, when he left the trolley "for unknown reasons" near a sharp curve and hit several trees, police said .
The police are called to the event at 23:57 hours. Witnesses of the accident are invited to come forward.
Three teenagers were taken to the Sunnybrook Health Center, while the other two were taken to Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.
The police announced that two Vaughan boys aged 15 and 16 are currently in hospital in critical condition while the 16-year-old Vaughan girl suffered serious injuries, but not life-threatening.
The girl, a 17-year-old from Vaughan, who was driving a vehicle and a 16-year-old, suffered less damage.
Part of the front part of the vehicle, the blue Kia Sportage from 2009, broke in the crash, and the front windscreen fired. The car stopped at a short distance from the carriageway.
Police officers try to determine the cause of the accident.
Reduction of the value is not a factor
Det. David Pozzobon, of the regional police in York, said on Wednesday morning that the police are considering whether dangerous driving is a factor.
He said no signs of damage.
No accusations were made.
At the scene after the collision, Sgt. Andrew Bell told reporters that there was a collision in the area where crash crash occurred.
"The road has a pretty sharp turn to the south and then corrects it back," he said. "Again, that would be a guess as to why the accident happened, but I'm sure it might have been a factor of influence."
King Vaughan's Road, which is closed from Kipling Avenue to Mill Road as a police officer under investigation, was reopened.
Any witness who has not yet spoken to the police or has a video camera on the dashboard has been invited to call a large police investigation unit at 1-866-876-5423, loc. 7704, or anonymously inviting criminals to 1-800-222-TIPS.