Impaired driving charges laid in fatal collision on Saskatchewan First Nation

Two men are dead and a woman is facing impaired driving charges after a collision on the Big River First Nation in Saskatchewan. File/Global News

A Big River First Nation woman is facing charges after two people were killed in a collision.

RCMP said they were called to a collision on the Saskatchewan First Nation at around 1:50 a.m. on Sept. 5.

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A truck and a side-by-side — also known as a utility task vehicle — collided near the high school, police said.

The driver, a 50-year-old man, and his passenger, a 42-year-old man, were declared dead at the scene.

Both men were from Big River First Nation. Police have not released their names, but said their families have been notified.

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The driver of the truck and a passenger were taken to hospital with what police said were non-life-threatening injuries.

Sheila Rabbitskin, 40, is charged with two counts of impaired driving and one count of driving while prohibited.

She was scheduled to appear in court on Sept. 7.

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