Two youths have been warned by police after they admitted to pushing over a porta-potty with a woman inside.
A 57-year-old Saskatoon woman was using one of the portable washrooms at Diefenbaker Park after the Canada Day fireworks when it was tipped over onto its door side, trapping her inside.
Two women, Janet Boryskiewich and Shae-Lynn Thatcher, were able to lift the porta-potty and help the woman out.
She was taken to Royal University Hospital for medical treatment.
On Monday, Saskatoon police said three youth were identified shortly after the incident as being involved. Two have admitted responsibility, but reportedly were unaware someone was inside the porta-potty at the time.
The two, whose names and ages were not given by police, have been warned for mischief and will write apology letters to the victim.
Responding to concerns raised on the Saskatoon Police Service Facebook page about the lack of criminal charges, a police spokesperson stated that the decision was arrived at through the Alternative Measures program in consultation with the victim.
No information was given about the third youth.
Event organizers told 650 CKOM at the time the porta-pottys are bolted to the ground and it would take some strength to tip the structure over.