Young Winnipeg Man Killed in Two-Vehicle Crash
Possible contributing factors into a fatal collision on Highway 16 are being investigated.
An 18-year-old man from Winnipeg was killed in a collision between a transport truck and another vehicle near Macdonald, northwest of Portage, on Sunday night.
Investigation shows the vehicle, driven by the 18-year-old, crossed the centre line and struck the back end of the transport trailer.
Alcohol has already been ruled out as a factor.
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She also outlined a fiscal plan showing how her party would pay for $143 million in promises made so far -- ranging from new child-care spaces to northern food subsidies to a sales-tax reduction on haircuts.
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Four crew members and three passengers remain onboard with the hijacker.