Open in full screen mode Fatal accident in Chambly, on January 26 around 10:30 p.m., a man in his thirties was transported into cardio-respiratory arrest following a face -to-face rue Patrick-Farrar and rue Briand in Chambly. The Canadian Press A man lost his life in a head-on collision between two vehicles at Chambly, in Montérégie. The collision occurred Friday evening, around 10:30 p.m., on rue Patrick-Farrar, very close to rue Briand and an exit from highway 10. For a reason still unknown, the driver of a vehicle deviated from his lane before hitting the vehicle which was traveling in the opposite direction. The driver who veered out of his lane, a 33-year-old man, lost his life. His identity has not yet been released. The other driver was not injured serious, but he was shaken by a violent nervous shock. Loading in progressWhat you don't know about Dick Pound What you don't know about Dick Pound ELSE INFO: What you don't know about Dick Pound There was only one occupant in each vehicle. The road was closed in the area until 3 a.m. Saturday morning, enough time to allow the collision reconstructionist from the Sûreté du Québec, called in as reinforcement, to do his work. Speed could be a factor in this fatal collision. L& #x27;investigation conducted with the Richelieu–Saint-Laurent Intermunicipal Police Board continues. Post navigation A police officer will serve a sentence in the community for assaulting a teenager in NB. AI helps protect the environment… but at what environmental cost?