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 Remain Calm.

Treat injuries first.

Police should be called to the scene when:

The collision involves any serious injuries or death.

Criminal activity appears to be involved (impaired driving, assault, stolen vehicle etc.)

The collision involves an uninsured or suspended driver.

Collision involving bicycles or pedestrians.

Collision involves any Municipal, Provincial, Federal Government vehicles or TTC.

Involved party refuses to provide required information

If police assistance is not required, the driver should:

If it is safe to do so, removed vehicles from the roadway.

Obtain the other driver’s license number, name, address, telephone number and insurance information.

Obtain names and phone numbers of any witnesses.

As soon as possible, within 24 hours, with your vehicle attend the Collision Reporting Centre closest to the accident scene. Please do not sign anything for anyone other than the police.

If a tow truck is required remember they must go directly to the Collision Reporting Centres.

What is a Collision Reporting Centres (CRC)?  The Collision Reporting Centre is a police facility created to assist motorists in reporting motor vehicle collisions in the Greater Toronto Area. The East Collision Reporting Centre is located at 39 Howden Road and is open from 6:00am to 12:00am (midnight), 7 days a week.  The North Collision Reporting Centre is located at 113 Toryork Road and is open from 6:00am to 12:00am (midnight), 7 days a week.  No fees are charged to police or motorists.  All expenses are paid by Ontario’s insurers.

You could download Accident Report Form to be keeping in your glove compartment in case of emergency.