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10-22-2006, 02:24 PM
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A Moose Jaw Warrior in critical situation after car incident

Here's a link to an article in french; couldn't find anything better.

No names disclosed so far, but it says that the player and a few teammates were in a car that was hit by a van. One of them is in critical situation, the rest suffered minor injuries.

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Here's a link to an article in french; couldn't find anything better.

No names disclosed so far, but it says that the player and a few teammates were in a car that was hit by a van. One of them is in critical situation, the rest suffered minor injuries.
take it for what its worth but on whlfans.ca it was posted by someone that the 3 were carter smith, garret robinson, and joey perrecone
apparantly with robinson being the seriously injured one

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Warriors Player Fights for Life
posted October 22nd, 2006

Moose Jaw Warriors forward Garrett Robinson is in a Regina hospital with life-threatening injuries after an accident in central Moose Jaw early Sunday morning.

Warriors General Manager Chad Lang says Robinson suffered serious head trauma when the car he and two teammates were driving was struck at the corner of Caribou Street and 4th Avenue NW. Warriors players Joey Perricone and Carter Smith were treated and released from hospital.

The occupants of the other vehicle suffered minor injuries. Moose Jaw Police say alcohol was a factor, and charges are pending. Lang says the Warriors players had not been drinking.

The team had just returned from a game in Red Deer. They don't play again until Friday in Prince Albert, and no decision has been made on whether that game will go ahead.

Geoff Smith, Brendan McGuire, and Nigel Maxwell reporting.

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Wow, I personally know Garrett, I wish him the best

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So alcohol was a factor, but for the people who hit the Warriors?

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So alcohol was a factor, but for the people who hit the Warriors?
yes the truck that hit the 3 warrior players had alchohol as a factor. not the warriors

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