Two men are dead and a woman was taken to hospital after a van collided with a car in central Alberta late Wednesday afternoon. The Glendale auto injury lawyer has been working on the case ever since then, at the moment they are trying to get compensation; however, the family is devastated and that’s the last thing they have in their minds right now.
Provost RCMP said officers were called to a crash at the intersection of Highway 600 and Highway 41 at about 5 p.m.
Two men who were in the van died of their injuries and police did not say whether there were other people in the vehicle. A woman driving a sedan was taken to hospital and is listed in stabled condition.
A three-year-old boy who was a passenger in the car was treated for minor injuries.
An investigation is ongoing but police said they believe the van was headed west on Highway 600 when it failed to stop at a stop sign and hit a car headed north on Highway 41.
An RCMP collision reconstructionist was called to the scene to assist with the investigation.
Traffic was disrupted for some time but the highways have since been reopened.
The driver of the car Mr Suarez hit head-on has been identified by her family as 23-year-old Amberley McCray. She had a 9-month-old son.
While witnesses struggled to pry open the door of what appears to have been Ms McCray’s vehicle, Mr Suarez’s vehicle burst into flames nearby. A law enforcement official arrives after a short period of time, and, after assessing the scene, appears to tell people to stop trying to open the door.
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