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Friday, July 2, 2010

Smith's Creek Man Dies In Crash Today

A 26-year-old Smith's Creek man is dead after a single vehicle collision on the Knightville road today. It happened just before 1:30 this afternoon.

Sussex RCMP tell CHSJ News the man lost control of his vehicle, it left the road and struck several trees before coming to a stop.

The name of the man is not being released until his family is notified.

RCMP Encourage Safe Driving

Grand Bay Westfield RCMP are urging motorists to drive safely after incidents in the town involving drivers texting, following too closely, going through stop signs without stopping and passing when it's unsafe and speeding.

They are also reminding motorists that seat belts save lives. RCMP point out that speeding and impaired driving alone do not cause people to die, it's not wearing a sealtbelt that does.

Tories Campaigning West Today

It's a good day to be out on the hustings and one Tory candidate is doing just that.
Saint John-Lancaster Conservative candidate Dorothy Shephard will be joined by Conservative leader David Alward on the campaign trail today.

The two will be visiting small businesses on the west side.

Smith's Creek Death

Sussex RCMP are on the scene of a fatal single-vehicle crash in Smith's Creek.

Police tell CHSJ News that the accident took place on the Knightville road and as a result the road will be closed for about three hours.

RCMP will release more information when it becomes available.