Kindersley RCMP say they had an officer on site at a two vehicle collision at Highway 7 and 21 when the officer called for back up.
The officer said no one was slowing down as they passed the accident scene, "I am at a collision with unknown possible injuries and a lot of debris, I almost just got run over because no one is slowing down while passing the collision. My emergency lights seem to mean nothing. Please send back up".
The accident happened last Tuesday.
Drivers are required to slow down to 60 km/h when passing police, fire, EMS and tow trucks when emergency lights are activated.
Fines start at $210 and a driver doing 100 km/while passing emergency vehicles can face a fine of $360.
Kindersley RCMP went on to post on their Facebook page, "We are asking all traffic to please respect the emergency while passing through and slow to 60km/hr when passing the scene of the collision. Failure to do so will see more red and blue lights in your mirrors and end with a ticket in your hands. "