Saskatoon police investigate 3-vehicle collision in city’s southeast

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Traffic restrictions were in place over a vast area in a Saskatoon neighbourhood after a three-vehicle collision on Sunday night.

Police shared in a release that the crash happened on Boychuk Drive near Briarwood Road and just south of Eighth Street East.

Officers attended the scene just after 8 p.m.

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Initial investigation determined that a white SUV had been travelling at a high speed and had collided with other vehicles, which caused injuries to several people.

Police say alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor in the collision.

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Three people were sent to hospital for treatment, including the driver of the SUV. Police say one person suffered “significant head injuries.”

Saskatoon police have since arrested a 25-year-old woman following the collision.

Vehicle and pedestrian traffic on Boychuk Drive between Briarwood Road and Eighth Street East were restricted for the investigation. Those restrictions were lifted as of 3:45 p.m. Monday.

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