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ELROSE, Sask. – The mayor of a small town in southwestern Saskatchewan is calling a car crash that killed six people — including three children — a tragedy.
The RCMP is investigating the Friday afternoon collision, in which two SUVs crashed head-on just north of Elrose, Sask.
Mayor Dennis Dixon says a crash of this magnitude is tragic no matter where it happens, and Elrose is no exception.
Investigators say two adults and three children were found dead in one of the vehciles, and the woman driving the other SUV was also killed in the crash.
The RCMP has not given any other information about the deceased, saying it does not plan on naming them publicly.
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