UPDATE Hwy #2A north of Millet open after head-on collision

UPDATE Two drivers suffer serious, non-life threatening injuries on Hwy #2A

UPDATE

Hwy. #2A is open again north of Millet as of 12:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 21, according to Leduc RCMP.

Cst. Bridget Morla stated in a press release, “On January 21, 2019 at 7:45 a.m. Leduc RCMP along with emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle collision on Hwy. #2A near range road 482.

“The initial investigation of the collision revealed that the Dodge Ram truck crossed the center line causing a head on collision with an Acura TL. Both female drivers sustained serious non-life threatening injuries and were transported to hospital in Edmonton via ground ambulance.

“Traffic was diverted for several hours while a collision analysis attended the scene. The collision scene has now been cleared and traffic is flowing.”

ORIGINAL STORY

Motorists planning on travelling Hwy. #2A north or south on Monday, Jan. 21 might want to reconsider, as a crash is snarling traffic north of Millet.

Leduc RCMP reported in a bulletin, “Leduc RCMP and emergency personnel are currently on scene at a collision on Highway 2A, near Township road 482.

“Traffic is currently being diverted as vehicles involved are blocking traffic in both directions. Motorists are asked to avoid the area. Update will be provided once collision is cleared up.”

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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