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Graphic by Adele Palmquist
Graphic by Adele Palmquist

Cambridge crash leaves woman with life-threatening injuries
A collision that took place at approximately 3 p.m. on Tuesday has resulted in a 62-year-old woman being airlifted to a Hamilton hospital. The woman was driving a Honda SUV on Kossuth Road, when a man driving a Cadillac sedan in the eastbound lane crossed into the westbound lane and hit her car head-on. The 67-year-old man was hospitalized with serious, but not life-threatening injuries.

Police have not determined the cause of the crash, but upon first analysis did not believe road and weather conditions or speed were factors.

Maxwell’s looks to new location
Paul Maxwell, the owner of Maxwell’s Music House, presented to city councilors on Monday a proposal to change locations from 220 King St. N. to 35 University Ave. E.  The move will require a zoning change, which will be evaluated in a formal public meeting. The new venue would have a capacity for 1,200 people.

Murder charges laid after assault
Barry Warren Foy, the victim of an assault early Sunday morning, has died. He was discovered by police with severe head injuries and placed on life support at hospital, where he died on Monday. A man and his son have been charged with second-degree murder, which is upgraded from initial charges of aggravated assault.

Police found the 44-year-old man at an Allen Street East home in Waterloo. A homicide investigation is ongoing.

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