• On Wednesday, a hazmat service call was responded to on the 100 block of Ominica Street West.
• A two vehicle collision was responded to on Second Avenue and Oxford Street East.
• On Thursday, a country run was made 12 kilometres east of Moose Jaw.
RCMP report the following calls for service in relation to traffic over the past eight hours from 12 a.m. to 8 a.m. Thursday. This is a partial list only:
• At 1:02 a.m. Moose Jaw detachment responded to a complaint of a jack-knifed semi on the Trans-Canada Highway, 20 kilomtres east of Moose Jaw.
• Southey RCMP members received a report of several semis’ that were stuck in the valley on Highway 6.
• Indian Head detachment responded to a call of a semi-trailer blocking the Trans-Canada Highway near the community of Mclean.
• Swift Current RCMP responded to a complaint where two cows were reportedly struck on Highway 4, approximately 12 kilometres north of Swift Current.
• Moose Jaw RCMP received a complaint of a rollover on the Trans-Canada Highway, just outside of Moose Jaw.
• Regina RCMP responded to a call of an SUV that had rolled over just past the Grand Coulee turnoff.
• Moose jaw RCMP responded to a single vehicle rollover, approximately Seven kilometres east of Moose Jaw on the Trans-Canada Highway.
• Regina RCMP received a call of a flat deck truck on its side in the centre ditch in an east bound direction on the Trans-Canada Highway, ten kilometres east of Regina.
• Avonlea RCMP received a call to attend to a jack-knifed semi near the intersection of Highway 6 and Highway 39.
The problem areas seem to be between Moose Jaw and Regina. There are likely many other vehicles that have slid off the highway that haven't been reported to the RCMP. The RCMP remind drivers to slow down in your travels today, particularly when passing areas where emergency workers are assisting others. Please consult the Highway Hotline prior to making any travel plans today.