Three College Students Living In Windsor Killed In Lambton County Crash

Monday October 7th, 2019

Posted at 6:05pm


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Last updated: Tuesday October 8th, 9:37am

Three students from India living in Windsor were killed in a crash last week in Lambton County.

According to the OPP, the single motor vehicle collision happened around 1:30am on Friday, October 4th, 2019, on Oil Heritage Road between Aberfeldy Line and Gum Bed Line in Dawn-Euphemia Township.

Three occupants were confirmed deceased at the scene. The driver was transported to the hospital as a precaution.

Police say that their investigation has revealed that none of the deceased were wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision.

The three victims have been identified as Harpreet Kour, Gurvinder Singh and Tanveer Singh. All three were 19 years-old.

The college says all three were Computer Systems Networking Technician students.

“Our St. Clair College family of students and staff have been trying to cope with such tragic news as the details were coming into the college from the OPP over the weekend. We also sent out an email to all international students on Friday afternoon; and met with some of the students to notify them of the mental health supports and services that are available, including community resources, as information was starting to flow from our students and on social media. These services and resources were made available all weekend and will continue to be available to students and staff,” St. Clair Vice-President of College Communications and Community Relations John Fairley said in an email to staff and students Tuesday morning.

Lambton OPP say that they continue to investigate.

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