One killed in collision on Hwy 623 May 20

Collision occurred at intersection of RR 233 and Hwy 623 before long weekend

  • May. 24, 2016 7:00 p.m.

Submitted by Leduc RCMP

On May 20th, 2016 at 7:10 PM Leduc RCMP were called to a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Range Road 233 and Highway #623 in Leduc County . The RCMP arrived on scene to find two vehicles involved in the collision.

The 35 year old female driver of a mid size automobile, which caught on fire, was removed by members of the public who stopped to assist.  Members of the public initiated First Aid and CPR until Emergency Medical Services arrived and took over care.  The driver was later pronounced deceased on scene by Emergency Medical Services.  The fire was contained by the fire department.

The other vehicle involved was a full size pickup truck.  The three occupants, a male age 43 and two females age 42 and age 7  inside the pickup truck were all transported to the hospital with non life threatening injuries.

The RCMP Collision Investigation Team was called to the scene where the collision is still under investigation to determine the cause of the collision and contributing factors.  Further information will be released once the investigation is concluded.

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