ESTEVAN — The Estevan Fire Rescue Service's members were called to a vehicle rollover and a multi-vehicle incident last week.
A single-vehicle rolled over on Nov. 16 at about 8 a.m. occurred about eight kilometres north of the city. Crews responded to the scene and determined that there was no entrapment and no injuries. Firefighters assisted with securing the scene and then returned to the station.
On Nov. 19 at approximately 4:30 p.m. the EFRS was dispatched to a multi-vehicle collision in northeast Estevan. Crews responded to the scene, where three vehicles collided at an intersection. No entrapment or injuries were reported from that scene, either, said Estevan Fire Chief Rick Davies.
The Estevan Police Service members also responded to the collision and reported that all three vehicles were towed due to extensive damage sustained. The driver of one of the vehicles was charged under the Traffic Safety Act for disobeying a red light.