A history of OC Transpo bus crashes

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Following Friday’s bus crash at Westboro Station, we look back at some past crashes and related incidents involving OC Transpo. APRIL 23, 1987: An Ottawa firefighter received internal injuries, a broken left leg, a broken jaw and cheekbone, plus a bruised arm and head and chest injuries after a fire service car collided with an Orléans-bound […]

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