TEEN APPEARS IN COURT AFTER 12-YEAR-OLD GIRL KILLED IN CALEDON CRASH

A teenaged boy who caused a collision in Caledon last summer that claimed the life of a 12-year-old girl made a court appearance on Monday.

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