A Regina police officer who brings you inside his shift on social media has posted a video of himself trying to get past a vehicle that would not pull over as he tried to get to an accident scene,
Another day of pleading with drivers. Pull to the RIGHT for sirens and lights. I was responding to a 2 vehicle collision with injuries. 60 full seconds of this driver continuing to drive 30 km/h in front of me. Received a $125 for not moving over @reginapolice #MoveOver pic.twitter.com/W4QoJR8U1p
— Cst. Curtis Warnar (@RPSTrafficUnit) August 1, 2018
Constable Curtis Warnar had problems getting to the accident scene on Wednesday—one where there were injuries, because the vehicle in front of him would not pull over to the right.
That resulted in the driver getting a fine of $125.
SGI and Regina police remind motorists If an emergency vehicle approaches you with lights or sirens going, you must drive as close to the right side of the road as possible.