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Posted: 10/16/2013 9:49 AM | Comments: 0
A 33-year-old Winnipeg man died Tuesday after rolling the all-terrain vehicle he was driving near Ste. Anne over the weekend.
RCMP said the incident happened on Sunday when the man, travelling with two other males also on ATVs, was unable to negoiate a corner and flipped his ATV.
The man, who was wearing a helmet, was travelling on a trail near the intersection of Roads 43E and 47N in the RM of Ste. Anne.
He was taken to Ste. Anne Hospital and later transported to hospital in Winnipeg but died Tuesday morning.
An RCMP traffic analyst participated in the investigation. Alcohol is not being considered a factor in the collision.
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