WINNIPEG, Man. — The RCMP has told local media that it is investigating reports that large rocks are being hurled at transport trucks travelling along Hwy. 68 at nighttime, the CBC reports.
The incidents have occurred in the Interlake region of the province along a 208-km stretch of Hwy. 68, which has been under construction in recent years.
Manitoba Trucking Association executive director, Bob Dolyniuk, told CBC.ca that “It’s obviously very dangerous. People have been killed by rocks thrown at trucks.”
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