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Environment Canada has travel advisories for south London after a crash

A serious motor vehicle collision in south London (Ont. Police are investigating.

The crash was reported around 2.50 p.m., with emergency crews responding in the Highbury Avenue and Westminster Drive areas.

According to police, one driver was taken to the hospital by paramedics.

Highbury Avenue remains shut in both directions, between Westminster and Scotland drives.

The investigation was redirected to the Traffic Management Unit and is still ongoing.

Drivers should not enter the area.

Environment Canada has not changed its winter travel advisory

According to the agency anywhere from five to ten cm of snow could fall in this region, which could cause slick roads and poor visibility.

The advisory covers London-Middlesex and Elgin as well as Oxford-Brant, Elgin, Oxford, Sarnia, Lambton, Norfolk, and Elgin.

Huron and Perth are both under snow squall watch, while Grey-Bruce is under a snow storm warning.

The snow is expected not to melt after midnight.

Motorists must always follow the conditions.

With files from CTV London’s Matt Thompson

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