Thunder Bay Police say a woman is dead after a 2 vehicle collision occurred this morning just before 7 o'clock at Victoria and Leland. They say she, along with two others, were trapped inside one of the vehicles for a period of time and firefighters had to pry them out with the Jaws of Life. The driver of the second vehicle ran away. Police confirm one of the vehicles involved, a pick-up truck, was stolen. They are still looking for the driver of that vehicle. The name of the victim has not been released.
One of the top charity events of the year is taking place Sunday morning in Thunder Bay and right across Canada. It's the CIBC Run for the Cure. Money raised goes towards breast cancer research. The event takes place at Fort William Stadium starting at 9 o'clock with closing ceremonies at 11 am.
Thunder Bay Police are still investigating a stabbing that occurred on Vickers St. Friday night a man who was causing a disturbance reportedly beat and stabbed his neighbour when he was asked to calm down. The victim had been taken to hospital, and seven charges have been laid on the out of control man.
The Memorial Grove program will hold a ceremony Sunday at the Slovak Legion at 2 pm to commemorate the replanting of almost 400 Memorial grove trees. Chairman Bill Bartley says seeing the trees come down was very difficult for him especially because one of the trees was planted in memory of his late Mother. 385 memorial grove trees had to be removed earlier this summer for maintenance to the Neebing-McIntyre Floodway.