Suspect in deadly crash has condition upgraded to stable

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The condition of the suspect in the motor vehicle collision that claimed the life of a 20-year-old University of Manitoba student as she drove home for Thanksgiving, has been upgraded to stable.

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The condition of the suspect in the motor vehicle collision that claimed the life of a 20-year-old University of Manitoba student as she drove home for Thanksgiving, has been upgraded to stable.

The 27-year-old man allegedly slammed head-on into the vehicle driven by Taylor Renwick, of Napinka in southwestern Manitoba. Renwick was a athletic therapy student at U of M.

RCMP suspected the man was intoxicated and tried to stop him, but gave up the chase when he reached excessive speeds. Moments later, the man slammed head-on into Renwick’s vehicle.

The suspect was originally listed in critical condition. His injuries are now listed as non-life threatening.

Blood alcohol results are still pending, and no charges have been laid yet.

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