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Carnduff RCMP called to fatal collision

Collision was between a tractor-trailer unit and a pick-up truck.
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The RCMP was called to a two-vehicle collision.

CARNDUFF - One person is dead following a fatal vehicle collision near Carnduff on Tuesday afternoon. 

Carnduff RCMP responded to a report of a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Range Road 1331 and Township Road 20, approximately 10 kilometres south of the town. 

Initial investigation determined a pick-up truck was travelling north on Range Road 1331 when it collided with a semi-trailer was travelling east on Township Road 20.

The driver of the pick-up truck, a 92-year-old man, was declared deceased on scene by EMS. His family has been notified and Victim Services has been engaged to provide support.

The driver of the tractor-trailer, a 22-year-old man, was assessed by EMS crews. No injuries were reported. 

Both vehicles had no other occupants.

Carnduff RCMP along with officers from the RCMP Combined Traffic Services Section and the Estevan RCMP attended the scene and assisted with the investigation. An RCMP collision reconstructionist also attended to process the scene. The Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service and local fire and EMS also attended.

The roads were closed for approximately eight hours as police investigated the collision. The RCMP said road conditions were "extremely poor and icy" at the time of the collision.

The investigation is ongoing.

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