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THE Edmonton man charged in connection with Monday night's fatal head-on collision on the Trans-Canada Highway in Headingley spent another day in custody.
Randolf Enns, 33, was to have appeared in court Wednesday morning but it was rescheduled to this morning.
Enns is charged with dangerous driving causing death and resisting a police officer.
Enns was taken into custody after the westbound semi-trailer he was driving crossed the centre line Monday and struck a pickup, killing the 21-year-old driver, Derek Bossuyt, of Winnipeg.
Bossuyt had just left the John Blumberg Softball Complex at about 9:30 p.m. when the collision occurred.
The semi-trailer is owned by Advance Trucking, of Fort McMurray, Alta.
Advance owner Sikander Brar told the Free Press Enns had left Fargo early Monday morning and dropped a load in Winnipeg. Enns was to have then picked up a load in Steinbach for Edmonton; Brar, however, said Enns never went to Steinbach, and he lost contact with him.