Speed, alcohol, burning red light led to 2022 fatal collision in Tyndall Park: police

By News Staff

Winnipeg police have laid charges in connection with a fatal crash in the Tyndall Park neighbourhood last December, alleging speed and alcohol contributed to the collision.

A 42-year-old woman was killed in the Dec. 10, 2022, collision at the intersection of Inkster Boulevard and King Edward Street.

Investigators allege the suspect was driving at a high rate of speed and ran through a red light when he collided with the woman’s vehicle, which was turning northbound on King Edward Street from the eastbound lane of Inkster Avenue.

The suspect was treated in hospital for minor injuries.

Nicholas Primo Baldovi, 21, turned himself into police Aug. 8 following “an extensive investigation” by WPS.

He was charged with causing death by criminal negligence and other offences. He was detained in custody.

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