© Dave Mathieson - Amherst Daily News
The nearest car was turning into the driveway when it was hit from behind by the second car.
UPPER NAPPAN – A two-vehicle collision had first responders gather at 10:30 a.m. on Monday at Highway 2 in Upper Nappan, near the Fenwick border.
“A person was turning into the driveway and the person got hit from behind,” said RCMP Const. John Wavrychuk. “The other person was trying to slow down and realized he was going to hit the car and tried to veer out of the way and hit the car anyway.
“It’s still under investigation and we’re looking at potential charges.”
Three people were in the front vehicle and one person in the vehicle that hit them.
“There was a male who was injured a little bit but he didn’t want to go to the hospital in the ambulance but he went up by himself afterwards,” said Wavrychuk.
Both cars were heading in the direction of Springhill.