Saskatoon man useless after car rollover southwest of metropolis – Saskatoon
UPDATE: Warman RCMP said Monday that an initial investigation revealed that a vehicle heading east on Valley Road had left the lane and rolled over. The lone driver, a 44-year-old Saskatoon man, was pronounced dead on the spot. The original story continued below.
One person is dead after a vehicle was rolled over on a road southwest of Saskatoon.
The Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) received a call around 4:45 p.m. Saturday that a vehicle was on the roof next to Valley Road.
A media release sent on Sunday morning stated that “the liberation with cutting tools and spreaders” was carried out by fire fighters. The press release said an ambulance and the Saskatchewan RCMP were also on site.
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A fire chief couldn’t tell when the person died, but said Global News firefighters were only on site for about an hour.
The boss said he couldn’t comment on the cause or give details about the person’s identity. He believes there was only one person in the vehicle.
The publication states that the SFD passed control of the scene to RCMP after it was extracted.
Medavie Health Services West and RCMP did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
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