Paramedics respond to fatal collisions in Little Red River and Candle Lake over weekend

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Parkland Ambulance paramedics responded to 127 calls for service over the weekend, including two fatal collisions in areas north of Prince Albert.

The first occurred at around 5:15 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 3 at the Little Red River Reserve. Paramedics found one person dead at the scene, along with an injured 24-year-old woman who was taken to hospital in good and stable condition. No further details about the deceased or the nature of the collision have been released.

The second collision occurred at 11:10 a.m. on Saturday along Highway 120 near the community of Candle Lake. Paramedics cared for two 35-year-old males, one of which was taken to Victoria Hospital in good and stable condition. The other was transported to Royal University Hospital in serious but stable condition. One person was found dead at the scene. Parkland Ambulance has no further details at this time.

Paramedics also responded to a non-fatal collision in Prince Albert Friday afternoon. The incident occurred at around 12:12 p.m. on Oct 2 at the corner of 15th Street and Second Avenue West. Paramedics cared for a 69-year-old man who was taken to hospital in good and stable condition.