Wednesday, June 29, 2016

No major injuries after two vehicle collision east of Pincher Creek

The rear passenger side wheel came off of the dodge and got jammed under the GMC
photos courtesy Pincher Creek RCMP

Toni Lucas - Pincher Creek Emergency Services (PCES) and local RCMP responded to a collision between two pickup trucks at the intersection of highways 507 and 786 on Tuesday, June 28 at 4:27 pm.  One vehicle was headed south from Brocket area and the other was traveling west toward Pincher Creek.

Constable Wallace of the Pincher Creek RCMP said one of the vehicles stopped at the intersection then proceeded in an unsafe manner and was hit on the passenger side near the rear tire.   Both vehicles had fluids leaking and required proper clean up procedures.  Both drivers were the sole occupants of the vehicles. They were assessed for injuries and released on the scene.  PCES were on scene for close to an hour.

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