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PHOTOS: Motorcycle sandwiched between two vehicles after Regina crash

The driver of a motorcycle is safe after a four-vehicle collision in Regina. However, the driver of the car that slid into it is not.

It all started when a truck turning left onto Dewdney Avenue collided with a northbound Honda Civic on Lewvan Drive at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.

The Civic then slid into a motorcycle parked at a red light on Dewdney Avenue.

"The driver of the motorcycle saw the Civic and was able to hop out of the way of the vehicle," said Corporal Kyle Mcfetridge with Regina Police.

SUV hits police cruiser

Police are investigating a possible impaired driving accident after a SUV collided with a police car Sunday morning.

Around 9:25 a.m. the officer travelled through the intersection at Idylwyld Drive and 33rd Street when a westbound SUV ran the red light and crashed into the cruiser.

Police said the cruiser did not have its emergency lights on and was driving the posted speed limit.  

RCMP looking for help after woman hit and killed by car in Lloydminster

The RCMP are looking to the public for help after a woman was struck by a vehicle and killed in Lloydminster.

It happened along Highway 16 near several hotels, including the Tropical Inn, the Ramada and the Holiday Inn. 

Police say they were called there early Saturday morning and found a 29-year-old woman with serious injuries.

She later died in the hospital. Her identity hasn't been released.

Police are investigating the death of a pedestrian on highway 16 in Lloydminster.

Saturday night fight in Regina ends in charges

A fight in Regina Saturday night ended with two men facing charges.

Police were called to a parking lot near the intersection of Dewdney Ave and Elphinstone St. at 10:41 p.m. after a call that said someone may have been stabbed.  Officers found a 37-year-old man laying in the lot, hurt.  

Then down the street, officers found a 30-year-old man, who was injured as well.  

Police say the two men were fighting each other.  They were treated in hospital, then charged.

Driver hits several cars before hitting a young girl in Regina

A young Regina girl is shaken, but alright after being struck by a vehicle in the North Central area.

Police were called at 7:42 p.m. Saturday about the pedestrian collision.  It happened in a parking lot on Rae Street near 7th Avenue.

A 26-year-old woman was driving a vehicle, backing it out of a parking stall.  Police say the vehicle hit the bumper of a parked car, kept going, and hit another parked vehicle.  Then going forward, the vehicle hit the first parked car again, as well as the 9-year-old girl. 

Shoplifting turns violent in Saskatoon parking lot

An alleged case of shoplifting in Saskatoon turned violent Saturday night.

Saskatoon police were called to the parking lot of a department store on the 200 block of Betts Ave.

A woman was allegedly acting suspiciously in the store and when staff members followed her to the parking lot and approached her, a man got out of a waiting car.

Police said he went up to the group of employees and starting slashing at them with a sharp weapon. Then, the man and woman fled in a car.

One of the employees was taken to hospital with cuts on his face.

Family pet tracks down missing Saskatoon woman

The Saskatoon Police Service put a family pet to work finding a missing woman.

A 65-year-old woman with dementia went missing from a care home on St. Henry Avenue around 2 a.m. Sunday morning. 

She had wandered off and gotten disoriented.

Staff and police searched the immediate area and then expanded to the surrounding neighbourhood. During their search in Diefenbaker Park, officers met two people and their dog.

The people said their dog, Clover, could help with the search.

Break and enter suspect arrested

A 22-year-old man is facing charges of break and enter and assault with a weapon after an early morning incident Saturday.

Around 3:30 a.m. police reponded to a call of a break and enter in progress on Hardy Crescent in the Greystone Heights area.

When they got there the man fled the scene, but was tracked down by police dogs a few blocks later.

Reports say when the homeowner confronted the man, the robber allegedly grabbed a knife from the kitched and brandished it before fleeing.

No one was injured and all the stolen good were recovered.

Friday night crime not the best start to the weekend for Regina police

Friday night left two cars smoldering, one man in hospital, another injured and four people charged with assault and robbery charges in Regina.

It was an unpleasant start to the evening for a young woman and 34 year-old man. They were assaulted and robbed by four others in downtown Victoria Park.

Unfortunately the man had to be treated for possible fractures. However, the suspects were quickly caught and the stolen items returned. The four involved have been charged with robbery causing bodily harm.

Two schools locked down after reports of man with gun

Students and staff at Lester B Pearson and Father Vachon schools went into lock down Friday afternoon after someone reported seeing a man with a gun.
 
Around 2:30 p.m., police got a call from someone who said they saw a teen with what appeared to be a handgun walking in the 3300 block of Centennial Drive in the city's far west.
 
Police and the K-9 unit arrived while schools remained locked.
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