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Additional impaired driving charges after man injured in Saskatchewan crash dies

Tyler Seeley is facing new impaired driving charges after a fatal crash near Aberdeen, Sask., last month. Facebook

A man now faces two charges of impaired driving causing death after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 41 near Aberdeen, Sask., last month.

Charges were upgraded against Tyler Seeley after a 74-year-old man injured in the crash died in hospital late last week, Crown prosecutor Lana Morelli confirmed on Thursday.

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Seeley is now facing two counts each of impaired driving causing death, driving with a blood alcohol content over the legal limit causing death and dangerous driving causing death.

The collision on Jan. 23 injured Seeley’s four-year-old passenger and also killed a 67-year-old woman.

READ MORE: Woman killed in crash on Highway 41 near Saskatoon

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Aberdeen is approximately 35 kilometres northeast of Saskatoon.

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