Rocky Mountain House RCMP - Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision

Rocky Mountain House RCMP responded to a fatal motor vehicle collision during the early morning hours of Thursday, November 16th.

At approximately 3:30am on Thursday, November 16th Rocky Mountain House RCMP, Clearwater County Fire Department and EMS personnel were dispatched to a single vehicle collision on Highway 752.
According to police, a Ford F-150 truck left the road and went through the ditch to where it came to rest against some trees.
The driver and lone occupant of the vehicle was pronounced deceased on scene. Mounties add, the 37 year old male from Vermilion was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash.

RCMP say weather and road conditions do not appear to be factors in relation to this incident. The name of the deceased male will not be released.

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