RCMP are responding throughout southern Alberta to a number of car collisions this weekend.
Police reported one deadly collision Saturday in Nanton, Alta., south of Calgary. A person, later recognized as a 40-year-old Calgary resident, was discovered exterior subsequent to the Nanton and District Lions Campground on Freeway 533 East.
“Investigation revealed that the person was ejected from a single-vehicle rollover collision with the car positioned close by,” police stated in a information launch Sunday. There have been no different victims.
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On Sunday morning, south of Canmore, police are on the scene of a collision involving two autos alongside Freeway 1A. Site visitors was blocked in each instructions.
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West of Fort Macleod, police are responding to a different two-vehicle collision on Freeway 3, 9 kilometers west of city.
Police confirmed westbound site visitors was blocked.
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