P.E.I. RCMP respond to 19 vehicle crashes over three days
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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — RCMP in P.E.I. responded to a complete of 19 collisions throughout the Island between Jan. 20 and Jan. 23.
Police stated many of the collisions had been weather-related, with about half taking place on Friday. Solely two collisions occurred on Monday through the snowstorm.
A lot of the collisions had been single-vehicle incidents, RCMP stated.
There have been no critical accidents reported, nonetheless, one particular person was taken to hospital.
One collision was brought on by a driver failing to cease at a cease signal, and a abstract offence ticket was issued.
One other incident concerned individuals being caught of their autos, requiring the North Shore Hearth Service to assist in a rescue.
The individuals concerned had been unhurt.
Police inspired Islanders to drive based on street circumstances, particularly when there may be snow and ice on the roads.