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Man dead after highway crash

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A 69-year-old man from Oak Lake died Thursday after a highway crash in the Rural Municipality of Cartier a day earlier.

He was the driver of a Pontiac G6 that collided with a Chevrolet Suburban at the intersection of Highway 1 and PR 332 on Wednesday, say Manitoba RCMP.

The Suburban travelling west turned south onto PR 332 when it was hit in the passenger side's rear door by an eastbound G6 shortly after 6:30 p.m.

There were three people inside each vehicle.

All three occupants of the Pontiac and one from the Chevrolet were taken to a Winnipeg hospital with multiple injuries. The passengers in the G6 -- two women, aged 63 and 67 -- remain in hospital, as does a 38-year-old female passenger from the Suburban.

The driver and front passenger of the Suburban were treated and released by emergency workers.

Headingley RCMP determined alcohol was not a factor in the accident and the investigation continues.

The name of the deceased will not be released, say police.

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 11, 2014 A12

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