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Volume XIX, Issue CDVI
Saturday, April 6th, 2019
Mangling at Five Star Metals
CNC operator Kurt Devore lost his hand when one of the cutting machines malfunctioned.
He was saved from bleeding out due to the quick actions of fellow operator Melinda Craig, who administered first aid until Paramedics arrived.
Kurt is in serious condition at the St. Boniface Hospital, his hand too badly damaged to reattach.
Drainage Improvements Planned on Riverside Parks
Several parks along the River have been earmarked for drainage improvement to address flooding concerns.
The following parks will be the site of construction to build drainage improvements for the first quarter of 2019:
Stephen Juba Park
Fort Douglas Park
Ernie O’Dowda Park
Accident on Kenaston and Corydon
Three people have been taken to The Menno Simons Hospital in critical condition after a panel van collided with a pickup truck on Kenaston and Corydon. The Panel van was reportedly speeding and ran through a red light on Kenaston, impacting the Pickup truck. The drivers of both vehicles as well as a passenger in the Pickup truck were among the critically injured.
Eyewitnesses report that post collision, four unidentified people exited the rear of the panel van and ran from the scene. Police are asking those that witnessed the collision to contact them with information on the identity of these people.
Dismemberment Closes Daycare
The Elmwood Merry Tykes Daycare has closed after a child severed their finger during arts and crafts. The child is reported to be in stable condition at the Health Science Centre.
Daycare Manager Wendy Cook has been arrested and charged with child neglect.
Come on down to see a one night performance of Tragically Hip Cover Band “Road Apples”, the five time undefeated champions of the Saskatoon “Are you Hip enough?” battle of the bands. Entry fee is $5, first set starts at 8pm.