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A 19-year-old driver of a SUV is lifeless following a two-vehicle crash in southern Manitoba on Monday morning.
At round eight a.m., Pembina Valley RCMP had been known as to the scene of a two-vehicle collision on Provincial Street 2 North, between PR 41 West and PR 43 West. The collision occurred on the crest of a hill.
When police arrived, a SUV was on its roof in the midst of the roadway and on fireplace. Mounties stated investigation revealed the eastbound SUV and a westbound pickup truck hauling an empty cattle trailer collided head on.
The male driver of the SUV was pronounced lifeless on the scene. The 33-year-old male driver of the pickup truck was taken to hospital with non-life threatening accidents. Each drivers had been from Pembina and the one occupants of their autos.
Alcohol will not be consideed to be an element within the collision but it surely seems velocity might have been an element. It’s unknown at this level within the investigation if the deceased was sporting a seatbelt.
A RCMP Forensic Collision Reconstructionist is aiding with the continued investigation.