Driver inattention, speed, alcohol and/or drugs, and lack of occupant restraint were major factors in most fatalities in 2016.
Preliminary numbers released by the OPP include 276 fatal motor vehicle collisions (MVCs) on OPP-patrolled roads resulting in 309 people killed. By comparison, there were 262 fatal MVCs in 2015, killing 301 people.
309 people died in collisions in Ontario in 2016
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