One killed, Deerfoot Path closed after head-on collision

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Alcohol and pace are thought of to be components in a head-on collision on Deerfoot Path that left one individual useless on Friday morning, in line with Calgary police.


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Officers had been referred to as to the scene of a severe, two-vehicle collision round 3:15 a.m. on Friday within the southbound lanes of Deerfoot Path between 32 Avenue N.E. and 16 Avenue N.E.

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Calgary police’s visitors part is investigating the deadly collision. Investigators consider the 29-year-old driver of a 2009 Ford F-150 pickup truck was travelling northbound within the southbound lanes of Deerfoot Path. The truck collided head-on with a car travelling southbound.

The motive force of the southbound car was declared useless on the scene.

“Alcohol and pace are thought of to be components within the collision,” police stated in a information launch Friday afternoon.

The motive force of the pickup truck was arrested and costs towards him are pending.

Northbound and southbound lanes of Deerfoot Path had been closed for a lot of the morning as visitors investigators labored to grasp the circumstances that led to the collision. All lanes had been reopened by late Friday morning.

Investigators are asking anybody with data or dashboard digicam footage associated to the incident to contact the police’s non-emergency line at 403-266-1234, or anonymously by way of Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or

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