November 21, 2018 5:40 pm
Updated: January 4, 2019 1:15 pm

Rosetown, Sask. firefighter struck by semi on Highway 4 dies

WATCH ABOVE: A firefighter who was struck by a semi on Highway 4 near Rosetown, Sask., has died on Wednesday. Meaghan Craig reports.


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Rosetown Fire Department suffered the tragic loss of a fellow member on Wednesday.

Emergency services were called to a crash between two semi-trucks on Highway 4 roughly 22 kilometres north of Rosetown. No one was injured in the two-vehicle collision.

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RCMP said their investigation shows one truck was entering Highway 4 from the west and turning north when it was struck by a southbound semi on Highway 4.

While responding to the crash, a firefighter who was assisting at the scene was struck by a passing semi-truck.

A photo from the scene of the crash north of Rosetown, Sask., on Nov. 21, 2018.


Life-saving efforts were made by the colleagues of Darrell James Morrison, 46, at the scene. He was taken to hospital in Rosetown, but died a short time later.

He was a volunteer with the Rosetown Fire Department.

Multiple fire departments from around the province have sent their condolences via social media to Morrison’s family and the community of Rosetown.

Rosetown is roughly 110 kilometres southwest of Saskatoon.

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