Two vehicles were heavily damaged, but injuries were minor, in a head-on collision Thursday on Provincial Road 206 just south of Landmark.
A Manitoba RCMP spokesperson said icy roads appear to be a factor in the collision, caused when a northbound van lost control and collided with a southbound pickup truck shortly after 5 p.m.
The impact sent both vehicles into a field west of the highway.
The occupants of the pickup truck, a 47-year-old man and 31-year-old woman, suffered minor injuries.
The driver of the van, a 17-year-old girl, was checked by paramedics and released on scene.
Tache Fire Chief Allan Rau said the Jaws of Life weren’t required, despite the extensive damage to both vehicles.
"They were all able to self-extricate. The marvel of modern vehicles—the compartment protection really saved those individuals."
A STARS air ambulance was dispatched to the crash but stood down before it arrived.
Traffic was reduced to one lane for about an hour while crews cleared the scene.
St Pierre RCMP continue to investigate.