Collision in Tracadie Injures Six People
The Tracadie RCMP is investigating a two-vehicle crash in which six people were injured over the weekend.
Police responded to the collision on Route 11 near the Johnson Bridge in Tracadie at approximately 3 p.m. Saturday, according to Sgt. Marc Beaupré. A northbound vehicle had pulled over to the side of the road, and was making a U-turn, when it was struck in the side by a vehicle traveling south.
The car that made the U-turn had two occupants and the oncoming vehicle had four, Beaupré said. All six people were transported to hospital to be treated for their injuries, none of which are believed to have been life-threatening. The ages of the injured people range from 14 to 70 years old.
RCMP say an investigation into the crash is ongoing and charges are possible.