BIG RIVER, Sask. – Two people have been charged in an alleged hit-and-run in Saskatchewan that injured several children, including one seriously.
RCMP allege a vehicle failed to stop after colliding with five youth who were walking along a road on the Big River First Nation on April 9.
An 11-year-old girl remains in hospital in Saskatoon, while the four others suffered minor injuries.
Colt Morin, who is 20 and from the Big River First Nation, faces charges that include failing to stop at the scene of an injured person, impaired driving causing bodily harm and driving while suspended.
Elizabeth Joseph, who is 37 and also from Big River First Nation, is charged with failing to stop at the scene of an injured person and obstruction.
Morin is to appear in Prince Albert provincial court on Wednesday, while Joseph is to be in court May 9.