At 4:50 pm, police were dispatched to the intersection of Thornhill Street and Nelson Street for a motor vehicle accident involving three vehicles. The driver of a black 2017 Hyundai Santa Fe was driving westbound on Thornhill Street attempting to make a left turn onto Nelson Street. The driver’s view was obstructed by a white GMC Terrain that was travelling eastbound on Thornhill Street attempting to make a left turn onto Nelson Street. The driver of the Santa Fe proceeded to turn onto Nelson Street and was hit by a grey 2005 Toyota Matrix that was travelling east in the curb lane on Thornhill Street. The impact of the hit caused the Sante Fe to spin, hitting the Terrain. Two vehicles were towed from the scene and one passenger was treated for neck and back pain.
At 9:52 pm, while on general patrol, police were waved down by an individual who was on their way to a friend who had overdosed on fentanyl. Police followed the individual to the residence and administered Naloxone to the victim. Paramedics arrived on the scene and transported the victim to Boundary Trails Health Centre for treatment.
Morden Police Service received a dispatch to a residence in regards to an alarm going off. Police attended and found a female outside on the driveway. Police learned that the mother and teenage daughter had an argument while at the stepmother’s residence. The argument escalated and the daughter pushed the mother outside of the residence and locked the door, triggering the alarm. The mother was asked to leave the residence until invited back.