Warman Fire Rescue, MD Ambulance and Warman RCMP officers responded to a two-vehicle collision on Highway 11 at the CN railway tracks crossing near Wanuskewin Road at about 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 1. Continue reading “Highway 11 collision results in minor injuries”
More people are getting addicted to drugs, and they’re finding an “easy target” in rural areas, according to Warman RCMP Constable Jay Slack.
Speaking at the Corman Park annual ratepayers meeting in Saskatoon on Wednesday, October 18, Slack said thieves are looking for cash and valuables that they can sell for cash.
“It’s happening everywhere,” said Slack. “But it’s becoming more of a problem in rural areas; a lot more than it used to be.
“Farmers and acreage owners are finding their vehicles getting broken into. There are more instances of thieves simply walking into houses and stealing valuables.”
Slack said the main reason for the increase is simple. “The drug problem is getting worse,” he said, adding that the thieves are looking for low-risk, high-reward opportunities. Continue reading “Drug problem at root of rural crime incidents, says RCMP”
Two people were taken to hospital with minor injuries following a three-vehicle collision on Highway 11 at the main entrance to Warman on Monday, October 2.
Warman First Responders, RCMP and MD Ambulance responded to the crash at the intersection of Highway 11 and Central Street at about 12:40 p.m.
According to Warman Fire Chief Russ Austin, a southbound vehicle on Highway 11 was struck by a westbound vehicle. A third vehicle was then struck as well. The vehicles involved in the collision included a Chevrolet sedan, a Mazda SUV and a PT Cruiser.
The intersection into Warman was blocked off for about half an hour as emergency personnel attended to the crash victims and police investigated the cause of the collision.
The road was re-opened to traffic by 1:25 p.m.