Toronto man dies in Nova Scotia highway crash
A two-vehicle crash that closed Highway 103 in Hubbards, N.S. Saturday morning has claimed a second life.
The RCMP said 87-year-old Luigi Liscio from Toronto died Saturday night after being taken to hospital in Halifax.
The man was in an SUV that police said was hit head on by a van at the Hubbard’s exit.
The Nova Scotian driver of the van, 75-year-old Myrtle Veinotte, was also killed.
Two people remain in critical condition.
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