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Dugald man charged with impaired driving in Highway 59 collision

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A Dugald man has been charged with impaired driving causing bodily harm in connection with a crash two weeks ago on Highway 59 in front of the South Beach Casino.

Vincenzo Giovanni Tummillo, 40, is  to appear in Selkirk court on Oct. 19.

Three children suffered a variety of broken bones, concussions and cuts and bruises after the serious two-vehicle crash on Sept. 16.

The collision happened at around 8 p.m. at the intersection that leads into the casino on the Brokenhead First Nation. The kids were on their way to a youth soccer game at the nearby recreation complex; as they turned west off the highway, a southbound pickup truck hauling a boat and trailer smashed into the car's side.

At the time, RCMP said alcohol was considered a factor in the crash.

 

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