At least two vehicles are in the ditch following an accident on Highway 11, just south of MacDowall.
Lyle Karasiuk of Parkland Ambulance said paramedics responded to the accident at 10:46 a.m. and cared for three people with injuries, a 77-year-old female, a 56-year-old female and a two-year-old boy.
He said all three are now in hospital in good condition.
STARS Ambulance Saskatoon reported, via Twitter, that they had dispatched an air ambulance to the scene. It is not clear whether their helicopter made it, given the inclement weather.
STAR-11 (Saskatoon) has been dispatched for a scene call emergency in the MacDowall, SK area.
— STARS Ambulance (@STARSambulance) January 22, 2017
The Prince Albert RCMP confirmed that are investigating. Traffic in both directions was delayed as of noon.
A witness reported seeing multiple ambulances and fire vehicles. The witness, Sarah Schmid, said the two vehicles were resting in the ditch between the north and southbound lanes. It appeared that one of the vehicles had flipped.
“One of the car’s bumpers had been ripped it off it looked like one of them had rolled several times,” she said. “It didn’t look like a car on the inside anymore. A few windows were broken and pieces had been ripped off.”