The Swift Current City RCMP had an unorthodox Sunday morning involving two separate motor vehicle collisions.

Their first call came in at 3:59 a.m. regarding a black Dodge Nitro that had run into a light standard on the 200 block of South Service Road East. 

Upon arrival, police noticed the vehicle was left unoccupied, however after investigation, they were able to find the driver.
The driver refused to provide a breath sample to the RCMP and was arrested and kept in custody until she was sober.

She was charged with refusing to comply with an alcohol demand and resisting arrest.

The City RCMP received its second collision called less than seven hours later at 10:48 a.m. when a car reportedly left the Trans-Canada Highway.

A silver Nissan Rogue hit the guard rails while travelling on the Trans-Canada Highway and ended up landing on 11th Avenue Northwest under the overpass. 

Three occupants of the vehicle were injured as a result of the crash and required medical attention.

According to the City RCMP, the matter is still under investigation.