Monday morning traffic: West Hunt Club crash, summer bus schedule, construction

  Ottawa Citizen 

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Busy West Hunt Club Road was closed between Cleopatra Drive and Merivale Road after an early-morning crash with injuries, city police warned as the commute got underway Monday. Police asked motorists to avoid the area in an alert just before 7 a.m. Officers were directing traffic. UPDATE: Sadly, an individual has succumbed to their injuries […]

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