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Stolen pickup truck involved in crash on Highway 400

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In dawn's early light, an allegedly stolen pickup truck crashed into two tractor-trailers on Highway 400.

Once the crash occurred, the two suspects from the pickup stole a grey Honda Fit from a driver who had stopped to offer assistance, said Sgt. Ted Dongelmans.

"Basically, we've got two suspects. The pickup truck was stolen from the Halton Region," said Dongelmans.

"We believe a good Samaritan who stopped to assist after the collision had their car stolen," said Dongelmans.

The two suspects, a man and a woman, remain at large.

The crash turned rush hour into a massive delay for many drivers.

A crane was used to remove a loaded tractor-trailer from the road.

All lanes reopened around 10:30 p.m.

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