It was a bad day for a few drivers around Estevan yesterday as EPS and Fire and Rescue responded to two accidents. the first one occurred around 9 am Monday morning.
"Estevan Police Service and Estevan Fire and Rescue attended to a two-vehicle collision," Sgt Warren Morrical explained. "At the intersection of 4th Street and 9th Avenue. It involved a mid-sized SUV and mid-sized car. As a result of the collision and the subsequent investigation, a 53-year-old female was charged with failure to yield the right of way when turning."
"There were no injuries."
Later that day, at around 12 pm, they were called out again to the scene of another accident.
"In the 100 block of King Street. It involved two vehicles, a mid-sized SUV and a three quarter ton truck. As a result of that investigation, the 69-year-old female was charged with proceeding from a stop sign before safe to do so. There were no injuries in that occurrence."
Morrical adds that drivers should always ensure it is safe before proceeding into an intersection.
"It certainly pays to take your time and look twice."