Saturday , January 23 2021

The traffic light happened when the woman died, near the CBC-Alberta border



Editor's Note: An earlier version of this story said the driver of the vehicle was killed. In fact, he was a passenger killed.

A woman who died and was taken to the hospital at High School 1 on Friday morning suffered a severe collision.

Approximately 20 kilometers to the west of the area, B.C. – A field that has caused a dangerous weather in the last days.

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B.C. RCMP spokesman Dawn Roberts has said a passenger vehicle has collided with a semi-trailer.

The driver moved to Calgary Foothills hospital in severe conditions and moved to a female passenger.

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Roberts told Mounties BC Coroners Service and even police Alberta was working to make a positive ID for the victim and try.

But both women think that Alberta was, and potentially, the Airdrie area.

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"Crash at the time were very difficult conditions. We had a lot of tragic weather conditions in the last 48 hours – combined with snow and rain," said Roberts.

Roberts said the road to a damaged traffic car for about six hours and was completely reopened 7:30 a.m. MT on Friday morning.

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