Teenaged driver charged after two trucks collide

A 17-year-old boy from Stettler has been charged in connection with a two-vehicle collision early Monday afternoon

  • Nov. 20, 2013 3:00 p.m.

A 17-year-old boy from Stettler has been charged in connection with a two-vehicle collision early Monday afternoon at the intersection of Highway 56 and Township Road 40-4.

Stettler RCMP reported that a 2007 black Chevrolet Silverado truck was eastbound on Township Road 40-4 when it struck a 2014 silver Dodge Ram 1500 truck that was southbound on Highway 56.

“The driver of Silverado failed to stop and struck the Dodge pickup truck in the passenger side, causing the truck to go into a spin,” said Cost. Clayton Delowski of Stettler RCMP.

“The Dodge pickup came to rest facing north on Highway 56. No injuries were reported.”

The driver of the Silverado was charged with failing to obey a stop sign before entering an intersection.

 

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