Three dead in weekend crashes in Manitoba

Three Manitobans have been killed in separate highway crashes during the long weekend.

Three Manitobans have been killed in separate highway crashes during the long weekend.

A man was killed and a female driver injured after a three-vehicle crash just south of Winnipeg Sunday evening.

RCMP said a Cadillic SUV collided head-on with a Jaguar about 3 kilometres south of the Perimeter on Highway 330 about 6 p.m. Sunday.

Police said a man behind the wheel of the northbound Jaguar was killed. The female driver of the southbound Cadillac SUV was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries.

A GMC SUV with two adult females also was involved in the crash but police said they were not injured.

Police continue to investigate.

Earlier Sunday, a 59-year-old Winnipeg man was killed after a pickup truck rolled south of St. Malo.

And in the RM of Alonsa a 29-year-old man died when the van he was a passenger in rolled, and he was thrown from the vehicle.

Police said he wasn't wearing a seatbelt.