On September 15, at 4:06 p.m. Maidstone RCMP, Maidstone EMS and Fire Services and Paynton Fire Services responded to a complaint of a single vehicle rollover that occurred on a grid road five kilometers south of Paynton.
The rear passenger of the car, a 48-year-old male from Poundmaker Cree Nation, was pronounced deceased at the scene. The driver of the car, a 44-year-old male from North Battleford and second passenger, a 58-year-old male from Poundmaker Cree Nation, were transported to hospital with unknown injuries.
Maidstone RCMP and an RCMP collision reconstructionist continue to investigate.
One man is dead following a two-vehicle collision near Aberdeen last weekend.
At approximately 7:10 a.m. on Sturday, September 16, Saskatoon RCMP responded to a serious two-vehicle collision on Highway 41 near Aberdeen.
A car and a semi unit collided in the northbound lane of Highway 41. Fire and EMS attended from Aberdeen, as well as an RCMP Collision Reconstructionist.
The lone adult male occupant of the car was pronounced deceased on scene. The adult male driver of the semi unit was not injured.
An RCMP collision reconstructionist and Saskatoon RCMP continue to investigate.
Eight lucky youngsters are riding in style this fall after being selected for prizes in the annual Warman Fire Rescue (WFR) helmet safety program.
Colten Belerle, Isaac Rubio and Deanna Friesen won bicycles, while Mavrik Matsalla and Olivia Podhorodeski earned scooters and Dawson Bosovich, Lleyton Wiebe, and Cooper Knops each won a new bike helmet in the WFR draw held earlier this month. The youngsters were presented with gift certificates to claim their prizes at the Martensville Canadian Tire store at a ceremony at the Warman Fire Hall on Wednesday, September 13.
WFR helmet safety program coordinator Ken Goebel said it’s a worthwhile educational program that not only encourages youngsters to wear helmets, but also helps kids overcome their fear of emergency services personnel. Continue reading “Warman bike helmet safety program wraps up”→