May 1, 2019 10:24 am
Updated: May 1, 2019 10:29 am

Charges laid in crash that killed woman on Highway 4 south of Battleford, Sask.

Battlefords RCMP said a woman was killed when a truck ran a stop sign and struck the passenger side of a car on Highway 4.

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A woman is facing four charges, including impaired driving, after another woman was killed in a crash Tuesday morning south of Battleford, Sask.

The fatal crash on Highway 4 near the communities of Mosquito and Red Pheasant First Nations.

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The passenger side of a car heading north on the highway was struck when a westbound truck on a grid road failed to stop at a posted stop sign, Battlefords RCMP said.

A 28-year-old woman who was a passenger in the car was declared dead at the scene.

Police said her family has been notified, but are not releasing her name.

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Amber Rosette, 27, is charged with dangerous driving causing death, operation of a motor vehicle causing death, impaired driving causing bodily harm, and dangerous driving causing bodily harm.

She is scheduled to appear Wednesday morning in Battlefords provincial court.

Highway 4 was closed for several hours while police carried out their investigation. It has since reopened to traffic.

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