UPDATED Car crash at Wetaskiwin’s north Hwy. #2A lights

UPDATED Collision debris cleared, highway open


The collision debris at Hwy. #2A is cleared and the highway is open to traffic.

Wetaskiwin residents on the north side of the city heard many emergency sirens around 12:30 p.m. Friday, July 5.

RCMP, city community peace officers, fire department and ambulance all responded to a collision in the intersection on Hwy. #2A on the north end of the city adjacent Montgomery Glen Golf Club.

Northbound lanes of Hwy. #2A were barricaded while emergency personnel worked at the scene. RCMP were performing traffic control on Hwy. #13 east and westbound.

Motorists planning to leave Wetaskiwin via Hwy. #2A may want to consider instead using Sec. Hwy. #814 by the hospital.

Photos by Stu Salkeld


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