A 30-year-old lady was struck and killed whereas making an attempt to flag down a passing motorist when her personal car ran out of gasoline, early Sunday morning.
At shortly earlier than 1:30 a.m., RCMP had been referred to as to a vehicle-pedestrian collision on Freeway 10, north of Highway 218 N, roughly six km north of Swan River.
A car was travelling northbound on Freeway 10, when it collided with a pedestrian. The 30-year-old feminine pedestrian from Swan River, was taken to hospital the place she was pronounced useless. The motive force, an 18-year-old male from Saskatchewan, was taken to hospital with minor accidents.
Officers imagine that the feminine pedestrian was an occupant in a car that had run out of gasoline. That car was parked on the aspect of the freeway. It’s believed she could have been making an attempt to flag down a passing car when the collision occurred.
Swan River RCMP together with a Forensic Collision Reconstructionist, proceed to analyze.