We work in collaboration with Accident Support Services to provide our community with efficient and effective collision reporting through the Collision Reporting Centre (CRC). Accident Support Services can be reached by phoning 705-983-0994.

Prior to attending the Collision Reporting Centre, please ensure that you have the proper and valid documentations including your Driver's License, ownership and insurance slip, as well as the vehicle involved. 

If your vehicle has been towed from the collision scene, confirm with the tow company that the vehicle has been towed to and from CRC for photos.

Motor vehicle collisions that occur within the City of Greater Sudbury are directed to the Collision Reporting Centre EXCEPT in more serious circumstances where you are directed to call 911, such as:

  • The collision results in serious injury or death
  • A vehicle involved in the collision is carrying hazardous material
  • There is reason to believe criminality is involved (i.e. impaired driver, stolen vehicle, etc.)
  • If you or another person is in imminent danger
  • If you witness or are involved in a hit and run on the roadway. Make sure to take down the licence plate number, description of the vehicle and occupants, and location and direction of travel of the suspect, if possible.

If you are involved in a collision, please make sure to exchange information with the driver of the other vehicle(s):

  • Driver's Licence
  • Insurance information
  • Ownership information
  • Phone number

Procedures for vehicles damaged in collisions during operating hours:

  1. If the vehicle is drivable, drive the vehicle to the Collision Reporting Centre at your earliest convenience, complete the report and drive away with your vehicle.
  2. If the vehicle is NOT drivable or is too damaged:
  • The vehicle must be towed by a licenced tow company to the Collision Reporting Centre and the vehicle will remain on the tow bed
  • Photos are taken by Collision Reporting Centre staff
  • The tow company brings the owner’s vehicle to the owner’s choice of location or back to the tow company’s pound
  • The driver can attend at the same time or after the vehicle has been towed in order to complete the Collision report
  • The vehicle involved in the collision MUST be viewed at the Collision Reporting Centre

Do not leave your damaged vehicle at the Collision Reporting Centre at any time.

As the weather continues to change, please adjust your driving according to road conditions. Reduce your speed, increase your following distance and avoid distractions inside your vehicle.

The Collision Reporting Centre is located at:

239 Montee Principale

Azilda, Ontario

P0M 1B0

The Collision Reporting Centre hours of operation are:

  • Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Sunday CLOSED
  • CLOSED on statutory holidays