Car crash: woman and a child in critical condition

Car crash: woman and a child in critical condition

A lot of accidents on the road happened because drivers are in a hurry, distracted or simply intentionally do not follow the rules and regulations. Every year, about 421,000 people are injured in crashes that have involved a driver who was distracted in some way.

On Monday, March 18th a terrible car crash happened on northbound Isabel Street between Ross Avenue and Logan Avenue. First responders were called and had to attend a child and woman are in critical condition after they were hit by a car near the Slaw Rebchuk Bridge.

The witnesses, who were on the scene said that it appeared to involve a young girl no more than five, and her mother.

Police are asking any motorists who were in the area at the time to check any video or dash camera which may capture the event. Anyone with further information can contact the traffic division at 204-986-7085 or 204-786-8477.

To remind you, starting November 1st, 2018 Manitoba’s new distracted driving laws came into effect.

According to Manitoba Public Insurance, a total of 237 drivers province-wide have had their licenses suspended for the minimum three-day period since the new penalties came into place.

Unfortunately, a lot of those drivers are teenagers, who are not just irresponsible to their own vehicles and lives, but to other people’s health and lives as well.

So fellow Winnipeggers please don’t text and drive, follow the speed limits, the limits there for a good reason, keep our roads safe and easy to drive. Let’s all be responsible drivers and care for each other, so at the end of the day, we can all come back home to our loved ones.

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