Two drivers were sent to hospital for treatment of their injuries following a collision involving two cube vans at the intersection of Highway 3 and Haldimand Road 55 in Jarvis on Tuesday morning.Police say that a cube van was travelling on Haldimand Road 55 and collided with another cube van that was travelling through the intersection on Highway 3.A 30-year-old male driver was transported by paramedics to an out of town hospital with serious injuries.The other driver involved was transported to an area hospital for treatment.OPP continue to investigate.Vehicle rolls over after driver veers for deerPolice responded to a single vehicle collision on May 7 at 3:29 a.m. on Highway 3.OPP say that the vehicle was travelling westbound along Highway 3 between Fertilizer Road and Lynedoch Road when the driver swerved to avoid a collision with a deer located on the roadway.The vehicle left the roadway and subsequently rolled over. The 19-year-old driver from Norfolk County did not suffer any injuries as a result of the collision.“If you suddenly have a deer or wildlife in your path, we encourage drivers to stay in control, reduce as much speed as possible, and whatever you do, steer straight. Don’t veer for wildlife. By changing your direction quickly, you increase the risk of losing control, running off the roadway and rolling your vehicle. This increases the likelihood of sustaining greater damage to your vehicle and serious injury,” said Constable Ed Sanchuk, Norfolk County OPP.