Man dies in crash on Saskatchewan highway near Indian Head

Raymond RCMP is advising the public to avoid travel in inclement weather following a serious multi-vehicle crash Friday evening. The Canadian Press

A man is dead following a collision between the minivan he was driving and a semi truck and trailer near Indian Head, Sask.

The semi truck and trailer collided with the minivan, which was entering Highway 1 about five kilometres east of the town, in the early hours of Saturday morning, said Indian Head RCMP in press release Saturday afternoon.

The call came in around 12:40 a.m., according to the press release, which notes the Indian Head fire department, paramedics, File Hills police and Fort Qu’Appelle RCMP were also on scene to assist.

The 62-year-old driver of the minivan, a resident of Carry The Kettle First Nation, was declared dead at the scene, RCMP said, adding neither of the two people in the semi were injured.

The investigation is ongoing.

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