Winnipegger dead after the crash

Winnipegger dead after the crash, Vladimir Volenyuk

On Sunday, November 4th a single-vehicle crash claimed a life of the man from Winnipeg.

RCMP officers and other emergency services followed up on a report of a single-vehicle rollover approximately 7:15 a.m. At the scene, police found a man on the ground about 180 meters from an overturned vehicle. A victim was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition, a 33-year-old man was later pronounced dead.

Police said the vehicle was driving south on Murdock Road when it missed a turn and continued across all four lanes of the Perimeter Highway. The vehicle rolled, and the driver was thrown out of the car, where later was found by police officers. They believe, the driver wasn’t wearing a seatbelt, which is most likely resulted in the deadly outcome.

The investigation still continues, police officers are working at the scene and looking for witnesses of a crash, possibly a passing by vehicles had dash cams, which filmed the rollover. If you have any useful information about the accident on Murdock Road and the Perimeter Highway from Sunday morning, please contact the local police department.

As we all know, wearing seatbelt rule is there for a reason, this is for your safety and most likely will save your life! Unfortunately, as the story shows, not everyone follows such simple rules and a life was lost, where it could be just injuries instead. 

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