Beeton man charged with impaired, dangerous driving in
Posted May 6,
A 25-year-old Beeton man is facing several charges in connection to a
five vehicle MVC that happened Sunday morning on the QEW in the
eastbound lanes east of Cawthra Road in Mississauga, that killed one
person, and sent others to hospital, including the accused who was
arrested in hospital.
"At about 7:22 a.m., on Sunday, May 4th, 2014 a disabled Nissan Murano
was stopped in the right lane of the QEW. A tow truck was in front of
the vehicle preparing to remove it and an MTO crash/blocker truck was
positioned behind the disabled vehicle warning motorists of the
hazard," according to the Port Credit OPP press release. "A short time
later, witnesses reported a white van travelling on the QEW approaching
the crash truck and impacted the rear of it. As a result of the impact
the involved van was ripped open and the two occupants were ejected.
The van then struck a black Mazda 5 before coming to rest against the
left shoulder. The driver of the black Mazda lost control of his
vehicle and struck the disabled Nissan Murano. The Murano was then
pushed forward into the tow truck that was directly in front of it. As
a result of the collision the driver of the van was transported to
hospital with life threatening injuries."
Dmytro Garanin, 30, from Etobicoke, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The three occupants in the Mazda 5, a 29 year old male from Oakville, a
19 year old female from Mississauga and a 19 year old female from
Thunder Bay sustained minor injuries and were transported to hospital.
The driver of the disabled Murano a 51 year old male from Mississauga
was transported to hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the MTO
crash truck a 25 year old male from Bolton was also taken to hospital
with minor injuries. The driver of the tow truck was not injured.
Bohdan Igorovyc Doroshyn, 25, of Beeton, who also suffered serious
injuries, was arrested at the hospital and held for bail hearing. He is
charged with Impaired driving cause death, and Dangerous driving cause