A Winnipeg man was killed Sunday when his vehicle crossed all four lanes of the Perimeter Highway and rolled.
Headingley RCMP responded at around 7:15 a.m. to the intersection of Murdoch Road and the Perimeter Highway. Police say the man’s body was located approximately 600 feet from the vehicle and he was later pronounced deceased in hospital.
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WINNIPEG — The eastern part of the province remains the top spot for vehicle collisions involving deer.
Data released Monday by Manitoba Public Insurance show the communities of Steinbach, Lac du Bonnet, Anola, Birds Hill Park area and Falcon Lake experienced an average of 1,700 collisions yearly, based on statistics collected from 2013 to 2017.