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Passenger, 70, dies after collision near Ste. Agathe

A 70-year-old male passenger involved in a single-vehicle collision March 17 on Highway 75, two kilometres south of Ste. Agathe, has died.

The man and the 67-year-old female driver, both from the RM of Morris, were trapped in their rolled vehicle, just before 8:30 a.m. Weather conditions are believed a factor in the collision. The two were taken to hospital for what appeared to be minor injuries.

However, the male passenger suffered complications upon arriving and was pronounced deceased. An autopsy will be performed.

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What did the single-vehicle collide with? How can you report a "single-vehicle collision..." without reporting what it struck before rolling over?

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