Man charged after car crashes into Royal Saskatchewan Museum

A 28-year-old gentleman is dealing with prices following a motor vehicle crashed into the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, the Regina house of a very well-acknowledged T. Rex display screen.

Law enforcement mentioned officers had been dispatched to the museum at around 7:15 p.m. CST on Tuesday after a stolen Chevy Malibu had crashed into the museum doorways, producing “considerable hurt” to the two the doorways and the auto.

The museum was shut at the time of the crash, and the driver sustained minimal injuries. (Mickey Djuric/CBC)

The motor vehicle, which had been driving south on Albert Road, turned into the museum parking whole lot and ongoing driving up the lane right via the entrance doorways.

Law enforcement mentioned officers identified a gentleman within the museum and arrested him following a temporary foot chase. He had minimal injuries and was taken to the Regina Standard Medical center for remedy before staying brought into law enforcement detention.

The Regina Law enforcement Company claims the motor vehicle did “considerable hurt” to the museum doorways. (Mickey Djuric/CBC)

The gentleman has been billed with driving while prohibited, breaking, getting into and committing mischief, and theft of a auto underneath $five,000.

The museum was shut at the time of the crash. Police mentioned the worth of the hurt to museum residence has yet to be decided. The museum houses a display about Saskatchewan’s most renowned dinosaur, Scotty the T. Rex. 

Amongst the greatest-acknowledged displays at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is 1 celebrating Scotty the T. Rex. (Matt Howard/CBC)

Law enforcement say they decided the motor vehicle had been stolen just moments before the crash and had been noticed rushing on Albert Road.