Police find injured driver in woods following crash in Innisfil, Ont.

South Simcoe police found a woman injured in a wooded area after a multi-vehicle crash took place on Sideroad 10, just south of Highway 89, in Innisfil on Saturday afternoon.

According to police, a Nissan Versa travelling north on Sideroad 10 hit a Ford cargo van in front of it before it crossed into southbound traffic.

The vehicle then hit a Volkswagon Jetta head-on before a southbound Honda CRV hit the back of the Jetta and went into the ditch.

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After the crash, witnesses told police the driver exited her car and ran into the woods.

Witnesses provided a description of the woman and said she was injured. She was also the only occupant in her vehicle.

Police called the K9 unit for help and a perimeter was set up.

Police dogs tracked the woods and found the woman concealed under thick foliage a short time later.

The woman was unresponsive and needed to be carried out of the woods by police, firefighters and paramedics.

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She was sent to a local hospital. Two people from the Jetta were also taken to hospital.

All of the injuries are non-life-threatening.

The investigation is ongoing.

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