A Manitoba man was killed in a two-vehicle collision near Fairlight, Saskatchewan on Wednesday.
RCMP say Richard Andre Zibresky, 57, of Roblin, Manitoba was travelling south when his vehicle was struck by an eastbound pick-up truck at an intersection.
Investigators believe Zibresky’s sedan didn’t stop at the stop sign before it was hit.
The vehicle then entered the south ditch and caught on fire. Witnesses were able to pull the man from the car, but he died at the scene.
The 79-year-old driver of the pickup and his 77-year-old wife were also injured in the collision. Both were taken to Moosomin Hospital with serious injuries.
The investigation into the accident is continuing.
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