RCMP respond to several fatal collisions on southern Alberta highways

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RCMP in southern Alberta are responding to several fatal vehicle collisions this weekend.

On Sunday morning, police responded to a two vehicle crash collision along Highway 1A south of Canmore.

The two drivers were the only ones involved in the head-on collision, however one driver was dead on scene and the other was taken to Canmore General Hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to EMS.

Police were also on scene at another two vehicle crash head-on collision west of Fort Mcleod.

Police confirmed a 26-year-old resident of Okotoks was found dead when they arrived on scene. Three others, including a 5-year-old were taken to hospital with various serious injuries.

Officers on the scene said that fog was a factor. If you need legal help check out this website

On Saturday, police responded to a fatal collision in Nanton, Alta., south of Calgary. A male, later identified as a 40-year-old Calgary resident, was found outside along the Nanton and District Lions Campground on Highway 533 East.

“Investigation revealed that the male was ejected from a single-vehicle rollover collision with the vehicle located nearby,” police said in a car accident news release Sunday. There were no other victims.