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Driver injured in Langham crash

The driver of a half-ton truck that rear-ended a semi-trailer on Highway 16 at the Langham intersection was lucky to escape with apparently non-serious injuries.

Emergency responders were called to the scene of a collision between a half-ton truck and a semi-trailer unit on Highway 16 near Langham on Thursday, September 14

The collision occurred about 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, September 14. Langham Fire Department, Warman RCMP, MD Ambulance and Dalmeny Fire and Rescue responded to the crash.
According to an RCMP officer on the scene, a westbound white half-ton truck struck a westbound semi-trailer gravel truck from behind while travelling at highway speed about a hundred meters west of the intersection of Highway 16 and Range Road 3074. Continue reading “Driver injured in Langham crash”

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Fatal collision near Langham

Warman RCMP, Fire and EMS responded to a two vehicle collision on Highway #16 near Langham at 1:30 a.m. on August 21. The initial investigation has revealed a westbound truck, travelling in the eastbound lane on Highway #16, struck an eastbound car.

The adult male driver and an adult female passenger in the car were pronounced deceased at the scene. Another adult female passenger in the car was transported to hospital with unknown injuries. The lone 27-year-old male driver of the truck was transported to hospital with unknown injuries.

Highway #16 was shut down for several hours, but has since been reopened. The investigation is ongoing.

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Two men arrested after Delisle thefts

Two people are facing numerous theft charges after being arrested earlier this month.
On the morning of Friday, August 11, the Delisle-Warman RCMP received a complaint from some observant residents of Delisle who had noticed their friend’s truck, which had been stolen the previous day, was being driven around in the community .
The stolen truck was located outside of a residence in the community of Delisle and the driver of it subsequently arrested for possession of stolen property.
Further investigation by the Delisle-Warman RCMP resulted in a Search Warrant being executed at the residence where one more person was arrested for possession of stolen property. Recovered during the Search Warrant was approximately $36,000 worth of stolen property, including two construction site GPS units and various tools that had been stolen from the area. Continue reading “Two men arrested after Delisle thefts”

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