Man, 29, dies in early morning crash in Regina

A man, 29, is dead after an early morning crash on Regina's west side that also injured two other men.

2 other men injured after being thrown from vehicle


  • All 3 men thrown from vehicle

 A man, 29, is dead after an early morning crash in Regina that also injured two other men.

The single-vehicle crash happened north of the intersection of Dewdney Avenue and Pinkie Road on the west edge of the city at around 12:50 a.m. CST Friday, police said.

The driver of the northbound vehicle lost control and crashed, police said. It happened on a section of Pinkie Road where the road changes from paved to gravel.

All three occupants were thrown from the car. One of the men died at the scene. His family has been informed, but his name has not been released.

The other two, ages 22 and 28, were taken to hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Police haven't said anything about what might have caused the accident.

They continue to investigate.


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