Moose Jaw woman died in pedestrian accident on Trans-Canada Highway

By | November 26, 2021

24-year-old woman killed in auto-pedestrian accident near Moose Jaw  

A 21-year-old woman from Moose Jaw has passed away following injuries suffered in an auto-pedestrian accident that happened on Trans-Canada Highway on Wednesday evening. The incident happened around 6 p.m. near Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan Canada.

According to Moose Jaw RCMP, the woman was walking on foot east of Moose Jaw on the highway’s eastbound lanes when she was struck by a vehicle. The woman suffered major injuries and was declared deceased at the scene of the crash. The driver of the vehicle that did not sustain injuries remained at the scene and cooperated with investigators.

The woman’s family has been notified.

Investigation into the cause of the crash is still ongoing by the Moose Jaw RCMP and a Saskatchewan RCMP Traffic Reconstructionist.

Moose Jaw is a city in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. Actors tell the story of the city’s early Chinese immigrants and rumoured Al Capone connection at the underground Tunnels of Moose Jaw. A huge sculpture, Mac the Moose, stands by the Trans-Canada Highway. Colourful murals showing scenes from the city’s history adorn buildings downtown. South, the Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village & Museum contains a prairie-built ship – Google.