Highway 10 reopens in both directions after semi-truck and car collide

Manitoba Highway 10 is now open again. It had been closed for hours after a nasty collision involving a semi-trailer truck and a car near Manitoba Highway 3 on Thursday afternoon.
Highway 10 was closed in both directions Thursday after "potentially fatal" accident, say Manitoba RCMP. (CBC)

Manitoba Highway 10 reopened Thursday night after a nasty collision involving a semi-trailer truck and a car at the junction of Manitoba Highway 10 and Manitoba Highway 3.

Highway 10 was closed in both north and south directions for hours between Boissevain, Man and Highway 3 while police investigated the incident.

Police called the collision "potentially fatal" but have not released details on the condition of motorists involved.

Emergency workers received the call about the collision at 1:40 p.m., said RCMP.


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