Moose Jaw man, 22, charged in 3 road deaths

A 22-year-old from Moose Jaw is charged with impaired driving causing death in the wake of a September car crash that left three people dead and one injured.

A 22-year-old from Moose Jaw is charged with impaired driving causing death in the wake of a September car crash that left three people dead and one injured.

Police say Jesse David Taylor was the driver of a vehicle that rolled south of Moose Jaw in mid-September.

Three men, all age 24, died in the crash.

Another person is still in hospital with long-term injuries.

Taylor is charged with a number of offences including impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death.

He appeared in Moose Jaw Provincial Court court Thursday and will make his next appearance on Feb. 5.

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