UPDATE: Police ID one of the people at scene of crash that injured Mountie

The RCMP would like to speak to Good Samaritans and witnesses regarding an Aug. 14 crash.

Sometimes the Mounties get their man and for the best of reasons.

The police have released photos of Good Samaritans who helped at a crash on the Trans Canada Highway at 232nd Street on Aug. 14.

“Police have now identified one witness who was present the morning of August 14, 2016 at the scene of a serious crash that injured three people, including a police officer,” said Const. Melissa Wutke, of RCMP Traffic Services.

The police are still wanting to speak to another person on scene.

The second witness was an Asian male in his 50s. He is described as short, wearing a white button down shirt and tan pants.

He was driving a model year 2000 or newer tan or gold sedan in good condition.

“We believe this individual was travelling behind the grey pick up that collided with the police vehicle,” Wutke explained.

Anyone with any information on these individuals is asked to contact Sgt. Patrick Davies at 604-539-2730.

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