A 39-year-extinct man died Friday morning in a collision in northern Alberta.
The RCMP mentioned a preliminary investigation indicates a car changed into as soon as travelling north on Freeway 2 at around 5: 15 a.m. Friday, when it crossed into the southbound lane and collided with an oncoming semi truck at Township Aspect highway 744A.
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The driving force and lone occupant of the auto died at the scene, according to police. Police mentioned the sufferer changed into as soon as a Grande Prairie, Alta., resident but his identity has now no longer been launched.
The driving force of the semi sustained minor injuries and changed into as soon as treated at the scene.
Grande Prairie RCMP and an RCMP collision analyst are investigating the deadly crash.
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The intersection of Freeway 2 and Township Aspect highway 744A is located about 31 kilometres north of Grande Prairie.
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Grande Prairie man killed in northern Alberta collision