Prince Albert man charged in two-vehicle crash north of Lloydminster, Sask.

Maidstone RCMP have charged a Prince Albert, Sask., man after a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of highways 3 and 17 north of Lloydminster. Saskatchewan RCMP / Supplied

A Prince Albert man has been charged after a two-vehicle crash north of Lloydminster, Sask., that sent four people to hospital.

Maidstone RCMP has charged Alan Toutsaint, 49, with driving without due care and attention and failing to comply with a driver’s license endorsement after the crash Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of highways 3 and 17 in the rural municipality of Britannia.

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Officers said a westbound vehicle was struck by a southbound vehicle.

Two people from each vehicle were taken to hospital by ambulance. All four are reported to be in stable condition.

Traffic was restricted for around three hours for cleanup and police to investigate.

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Police officials said investigation shows that weather, road conditions and alcohol are not factors in the collision.

Toutsaint is scheduled to appear in court on the charges in March.

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