At approximately 1:40 p.m., emergency personnel responded to the 800 block of Dalhousie Drive after a report of a two-vehicle collision.
Three children have been transported to hospital; two in stable condition and one in critical condition.
Dalhousie Drive between Pembina Highway and Rochester Avenue/Baylor Avenue is currently closed and is anticipated to remain closed throughout the evening while members of the Traffic Division investigate.
Police are still investigating after a report of a stolen truck led investigators to a suspect in several home and vehicle break-ins.
A 29-year-old man is accused of stealing a truck June 9 and using it to drive to other homes that became targets. He was arrested three days later inside the stolen truck while it was parked in the 800 block of Landsdowne Avenue.
About $4,400 worth of silver was stolen from a business in the 700 block of Wall Street June 10. The day before, two vehicles were broken into in the 800 block of St. James Street. On June 11, another vehicle was broken into in the 2000 block of Wellington Avenue.
The 29-year-old man, whose name hasn't been released, faces 14 break and enter charges and three charges of theft under $5,000. At a news conference Wednesday, a WPS spokesman said the man suffers from a meth addiction.
Sixteen sophisticated break-ins at Winnipeg businesses that primarily used cash have police warning about an increase in property crime.
Two men were arrested after a lengthy investigation into the thefts, which were planned after the businesses were cased by the perpetrators, WPS said in a news release Wednesday. Cash totalling $100,000 was stolen between Jan. 2017 and June 2019, and there was damage to the buildings worth about $100,000.
Cary Scott Preston, 42, is charged with several breaking and entering offences. A 56-year-old man was also arrested but has yet to be formally charged.
Police do not believe the thefts were motivated by a drug addiction.
Police believe they have identified a man who was found dead in a Point Douglas park Wednesday morning.
The man's next of kin have to be notified before his identity can be publicly released, Winnipeg Police Service spokesman Const. Rob Carver said at a news conference Wednesday morning. The death is considered suspicious, but it hasn't been ruled a homicide.
Someone who works in the area found the man's body at about 7 a.m. and police have been at the scene since.
Carver told reporters there is "very little information" police can speak publicly about, but he said the death is suspicious because of "evidence at the scene that I can't release."
He said more details could be released later in the day.