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Sylvan Lake firefighters assisted ambulance personnel from Sylvan Lake and Innisfail in treating four people injured

  • Oct. 8, 2012 8:00 p.m.

Single vehicle crash

Sylvan Lake firefighters assisted ambulance personnel from Sylvan Lake and Innisfail in treating four people injured as a result of a single vehicle roll over crash involving a Buick Rendezvous on Township Road 374 just west of Range Road 20 shortly after 1 p.m. last Thursday. In the background RCMP Cst. Rod Johnson and Cpl. Kevin Halwa photographed the vehicle.

The 21 year old male driver received a broken arm. He’s been charged with careless driving, according to Johnson. A 14 year old female sitting in the front passenger seat received a laceration to her head and was taken to hospital. The other two female passengers, 13 and 14 years old respectively, received cuts and bruises.

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