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21-Year-Old Woman Struck by SUV & Pick-Up Truck

WINNIPEG - A 21-year-old woman remains in hospital after being struck by an SUV and a pick-up truck. Police said on Thursday morning, 6:50AM, a pedestrian, a 21-year-old woman, was on the roadway when she was struck by two vehicles, an SUV and a pick-up truck, traveling northbound on St. Anne's Road. The woman was…

Two Pedestrians Struck by Vehicle Remain in Hospital, Police Asking for Witnesses

WINNIPEG - Police are looking to speak with witnesses to a collision that sent two pedestrians to hospital with serious injuries. As previously released; August 30th around 9:25PM there was a motor vehicle collision involving two pedestrians near Keewatin Street and Santa Fe Drive. Two people were taken to hospital with serious injuries where they…

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21-Year-Old Woman Struck by SUV & Pick-Up Truck

WINNIPEG - A 21-year-old woman remains in hospital after being struck by an SUV and a pick-up truck. Police said on Thursday morning, 6:50AM, a pedestrian, a 21-year-old woman, was on the roadway when she was struck by two vehicles, an SUV and a pick-up truck, traveling northbound on St. Anne's Road. The woman was…

Two Pedestrians Struck by Vehicle Remain in Hospital, Police Asking for Witnesses

WINNIPEG - Police are looking to speak with witnesses to a collision that sent two pedestrians to hospital with serious injuries. As previously released; August 30th around 9:25PM there was a motor vehicle collision involving two pedestrians near Keewatin Street and Santa Fe Drive. Two people were taken to hospital with serious injuries where they…

Cyclist Struck at Bishop Grandin and Lagimodiere Dies in Hospital

WINNIPEG - A 61-year-old man has died in hospital from injuries sustain when he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle. Police said Tuesday around 5:30PM the man was struck at the intersection of Bishop Grandin Blvd. and Lagimodiere Blvd. The 61-year-old man was rushed to hospital in critical condition where he died…

Marty Gold Speaks with a Business Owner Impacted by No Right Turn

The Winnipeg Watchdog - Marty Gold continues his investigation into the New No Right Turn law. Just before the civic election in 2010, the City of Winnipeg embarked on a rushed construction of new bike lanes. All had issues, and when it came to the Assiniboine Avenue project, the City Auditor reported to councilors it…

PART 3 - Marty Gold Investigates - No Right Turn in Winnipeg?

The Winnipeg Watchdog Podcast with Marty Gold investigates what other's won't. Marty fights for the little guy and isn't afraid to go after those in power if they've done wrong. An official in the Public Works department said he'd look into whether a traffic study was made public before No Right on Red Signs went…

Motorcyclist Dies in Crash at Park Lane Ave. & King Edward St.

WINNIPEG - Police are looking for witnesses to a collision Tuesday that claimed the life of a man. Police said Tuesday night they responded to a serious collision at the intersection of Park Lane Avenue and King Edward Street. Police believe a northbound motorcycle appears to have lost control and crashed. The driver of the…

No Right Turn in Winnipeg? - Marty Gold Investigates

Winnipeg drivers were not the only people surprised by the unannounced installation in July of No Right Turn On Red Light signs on McDermot and Bannatyne Avenues between downtown and the Health Sciences Centre. As Marty Gold found out, so were 7 city councillors, including 3 members of the Mayor's Executive Policy Committee and 2…

Route 90 Ends in New Confusion Corner

Route 90 demonstrates a long history of varying degrees of competence among city planners over the years. Speed limits vary from 80 kmh to 50 kmh but it’s driver beware because exact changes are not posted on the website. It’s Winnipeg’s longest rout at 25 km, but it actually continues for another 20 km before…

Arlington Bridge Closed This Weekend

WINNIPEG - Drivers beware, the Arlington Bridge will be temporarily closed today until Sunday evening. The Arlington Bridge will be closed from Logan Avenue to Dufferin Avenue, which started at 6:00 AM Saturday and we remain closed until Sunday, June 10 at 8:00 PM. The City said the closure is to facilitate bridge inspection and…

TRAFFIC NOTE - William R. Clement Parkway & Sargent Ave Closed

WINNIPEG - There are a couple of street closures Winnipeg drivers should be aware of beginning Wednesday. First - The northbound and southbound directions on William R. Clement Parkway between Grant Avenue and Roblin Boulevard will be temporarily closed starting Wednesday at 7 p.m. until 4:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 7 for film production. Second…

Construction on McPhillips Until November

WINNIPEG - Construction season is upon us and The City said the north and southbound directions on McPhillips Street between Logan Avenue and Jarvis Avenue will remain one lane only in each direction until construction is completed in November. Drivers could use alternate routes such as Keewatin Street, Arlington Street, or the Slaw Rebchuk Bridge.…

Median Lane on Kenaston Closed Between Carpathia & Willow

WINNIPEG - The median lane on northbound Kenaston Boulevard is closed between Carpathia Road and Willow Avenue for repairs. The City said the repairs are for a collapsed manhole. Motorists must use the curb lane while these repairs are underway. City crews are on site and expect to begin repairs Monday evening. The City said…

66-Year-Old Remains in Hospital Following Accident at Roblin on Sunday

WINNIPEG - As reported on Manitoba Post Sunday, a serious collision happened around 8:45AM at the intersection of Roblin Blvd. and Dale Blvd. between a car and a pick-up truck. Today, Police are saying the 66-year-old male driver of the car was taken to hospital in critical condition. He remains in hospital. The 19-year-old driver…

Serious Collision at Roblin Blvd.

WINNIPEG - Winnipeg Police reported a serious collision at Roblin Boulevard this morning, that sent two people to hospital. Police have not provided any information on the condition of the two sent to hospital or the cause of the the collision at this time. Manitoba Post will provide more information as it is released.

Collision With Dump Truck Sends Two to Hospital

WINNIPEG - A collision this morning sent two people to hospital in critical condition, they have since been upgraded to unstable condition. The collision between a vehicle crashed and a dump truck early Thursday morning, 12:30 AM on Grant Avenue and Elmhurst Road. The two sent to hospital were in the vehicle, a woman and…

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