5 motorcyclists charged in fatal crash, violent road rage incidents on GTA highways in 2016
Five motorcyclists are facing a list of charges after police say aggressive driving led to a fatal crash and a violent road rage incident.
Ontario Provincial Police say the charges came to fruition following an eight month investigation into two separate incidents on Toronto highways.
The first one happened in the early morning hours of July 23, 2016, when a group of motorcyclists were performing stunts while travelling on Highway 401 near Allen Road, police said. At one point they collided with a transport truck.
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