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Four people have been killed in a collision between a car and a truck in the La Verendrye wildlife reserve north of Ottawa in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region. (GOOGLE MAPS)
Four people have been killed in a collision between a car and a truck in the La Verendrye wildlife reserve north of Ottawa in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region. (GOOGLE MAPS)

Four dead in Quebec wildlife reserve as truck collides with car Add to ...

Four people have been killed in a collision between a car and a truck in the La Verendrye wildlife reserve north of Ottawa in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region.

Quebec provincial police Sergeant Marc Tessier says the dead are two adults and two children who were travelling in the car.

The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries but police do not fear for his life.

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The truck and car were travelling in opposite directions and police believe the car veered into the truck’s lane just before the collision happened.

Sgt. Tessier says police are still trying to determine the cause.

The reserve is about 350 kilometres northwest of Montreal.

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