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Deadly 401 Accident Shuts Down Parts Of The Highway Today

If you're looking to take Highway 401 this morning, you might have to rethink your route after a deadly collision closed down parts of the highway.

Ontario's Highway 401 is closed between Napanee and Odessa this morning after a vehicle rolled over.

The highway is closed both eastbound and westbound at Palace Road to Country Road 6.

Ontario Provincial Police East reported on Twitter that police are investigating a vehicle rollover that had three individuals inside on August 30.

The collision took place westbound between County Road 6 and County Road 5 according to OPP.

Two individuals from the crash were taken to the hospital, and one individual has been reported dead.

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