One man is dead and another has suffered serious injuries following an accident which occurred on Highway 50, near Lachute on April 15. The pair were struck by a vehicle as they were trying to cross the highway on foot to help someone whose vehicle had left the highway and had rolled over on the opposite side of the highway.
Sureté Quebec officers were called to the scene of the accident, on Highway 50 westbound.
The driver of the van was slightly injured.
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