Police called to two-vehicle collision Thursday

Members of the Estevan Police Service were called to a collision at an intersection on Thursday.

Police were dispatched to a two-vehicle collision at Fourth Street and 13th Avenue. Investigation revealed a southbound vehicle proceeded into the intersection and collided with an eastbound truck. 

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No injuries were sustained but both vehicles sustained significant damage and were towed from the scene. 

The driver of the southbound vehicle has been charged under the Traffic Safety Act with proceeding before safe to do so.

Also on Thursday, two vehicles were reported to be driving erratically through a school zone. Vehicle descriptions were provided. Police caught up with the suspect vehicles and both drivers were warned about their driving actions.


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