On Tuesday, February 5, Rosetown RCMP responded to a call of an injured adult female in the Elrose area.

The woman was transported to hospital in Saskatoon due to the injuries she had sustained, but is currently in stable condition.

Rosetown RCMP where unable to comment as to how the woman sustained her injuries as the investigation is still ongoing.

Sargeant Jason Waldner spoke on the investigation, "We are unsure on how those injuries were sustained at this point, whether is came from an assault or whether it came from an accident or collision with a vehicle.  At this point now it is unknown."

RCMP are asking that if you witnessed or have any information in regards to this matter to please contact the Rosetown detachment.

  

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