There are no reported injuries following a three-vehicle crash around 5 p.m. Tuesday in the R.M. of Stanley.
    
According to RCMP, a pick up truck hauling a skid steer was heading west on Highway 14 when it slowed to make a left turn at Reinfeld Street North, and was rear-ended by a semi-truck. The semi-truck jack-knifed into the other lane of the highway and collided with a van.
    
RCMP say the four occupants of the van, including three young children, did not appear to be injured but were taken to hospital to be checked. 
    
The driver of the semi, a 33-year-old man, was ticketed under the Highway Traffic Act for following too close.
    
The Province of Manitoba was notified of the incident due to a small oil spill related to the collision.