Second man dies from injuries in Nanaimo Parkway crash

a 35-year-old Nanoose Bay man involved in a two-vehicle, head-on collision on the Nanaimo Parkway on Oct. 5 has died

The B.C. Coroners Service has confirmed a 35-year-old Nanoose Bay man involved in a two-vehicle, head-on collision on the Nanaimo Parkway on Oct. 5 has died.

The driver, whose identity will be released by the Coroners Service later today (Oct. 22), died in Victoria General Hospital mid afternoon Monday.

The death marks the second life lost in the collision.

Zachary Michael Andrews, 19, of Ladysmith, died at the scene south of Mostar Road, when a southbound black Suzuki Sidekick SUV crossed into the northbound lanes at the Mostar Road intersection and collided head-on with Andrews’ Mazda RX8 travelling in the northbound passing lane.

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