2 dead in crash of pick up trucks
Posted: Aug 15, 2012 7:55 PM CST
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2012 9:57 PM CST
A crash near Carievale, Sask., involving two half-ton pick up trucks has left 2 people dead, RCMP say.
Officers from the Carnduff detachment of the RCMP were called to the crash, on Highway 18 about 1.6 kilometres west of Carievale, early Wednesday evening.
There were no details immediately available about the nature of the crash, but police said two people died at the scene.
The crash was under investigation and police said a part of Highway 18 would be closed for a time.
No names were released.
Carievale is about 260 kilometres southeast of Regina.
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