A crash involving three vehicles closed Highway 10 and Scott Road for most of the day Wednesday.

PHOTOS ADDED: Head-on crash sends three to hospital

Highway 10 and Scott Road shut down Wednesday afternoon.

Three people were taken to hospital after a dramatic head-on collision Wednesday morning.

At about 7:20, a man was driving his vehicle eastbound on Highway 10 at Scott Road where it is believed he may have crossed the centre line, colliding with another car heading in the opposite direction. Another car smashed into the Head-on crashinitial cars involved in the accident.

A man and two women were taken to hospital. The man, who was driving the car eastbound, and one of the women are in serious  but non-life-threatening condition, police say. The other woman has suffered minor injuries.

The intersection at Highway 10 and Scott Road remain closed well into the afternoon as police worked to determine the exact cause of the accident.

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