As many as 96 vehicles were involved in the series of collisions early in the morning. No major injuries have been reported.
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INNISFIL, Ontario — Police say blustery snow squalls caused a pileup of nearly 100 vehicles on a busy highway north of Toronto.
Ontarior provincial police spokesman Sgt. Dave Woodford officers counted 96 vehicles involved the chain-reaction crash Thursday morning on Highway 400’s southbound lanes.
No major injuries have been reported.
It happened after a snow squall moved into the region off Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, creating whiteout conditions on the highway.
Provincial police reported several highway closures across southwestern Ontario on Thursday.
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