Tachie Road rollover

RCMP responded to a single motor vehicle rollover accident on Tachie Road on Nov. 9.

RCMP responded to a single motor vehicle rollover accident on Tachie Road on Nov. 9.

At just after 11 p.m. at night, RCMP officers attended the scene with emergency health services.

The driver sustained a cut on his head and was transported to the hospital for his non-lifethreatening injuries.

The three passengers were uninjured and were given a ride to Binche.

The accident is still under investigation and the RCMP said they will likely be recommending charges under the Motor Vehicle Act.

 

The vehicle had completely rolled over and ended up on its side in the ditch.

 

 

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