No Injuries in Major Accident

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Wet conditions in Alberta are causing accidents. RCMP Image
Wet conditions in Alberta are causing accidents. RCMP Image
Wet conditions in Alberta are causing accidents. RCMP Image
Wet conditions in Alberta are causing accidents. RCMP Image

Seatbelts Help Save Lives

CALGARY – Crime Beat – Wet weather in Alberta is impacting road conditions. A two vehicle collision has been clean up from the southbound lanes of Highway #2 at Balzac.

However, environmental crews are expected to remain on scene for several more hours to clean up the motor oil that leaked out of the tanker truck.

After arriving on scene, officers were surprised that even though this collision involved a heavy commercial vehicle and a small passenger car, travelling a highway speeds resulting in extensive damages to both vehicles, there were absolutely no injuries. Seatbelts were worn by both drivers.

As a result of the investigation, a 20 year old male from Canmore, Alberta, the driver of the small passenger car (Acura), has been charged with making an unsafe lane change.

There were no injuries in this accident on the Queen Elizabeth Highway just north of Airdrie Alberta
There were no injuries in this accident on the Queen Elizabeth Highway just north of Airdrie Alberta
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