adidas ireland Driver killed in rollover near Airdrie
The single vehicle collision took place on Highway 2A near the Dickson Stevenson Road turnoff.Airdrie RCMP, along with Crossfield Fire and EMS ,arrived on the scene to find a 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe that had rolled into the ditch. The driver, whose identity had not been confirmed as of press time, was the lone occupant of the vehicle. 28.The minivan was then propelled forward into a black Ford F 350 truck headed north on Main Street.A 77 year old woman and an 83 year old man, both occupants of the minivan, were taken to Airdrie Urgent Care with non life threatening injuries. The driver of the Ford F 350, a 38 year old man, was not injured.Steele, who was driving the Ford Ranger, will appear in Airdrie Provincial court on Sept.The Calgary Medical Examiner has determined the remains are those of a caucasian male between the ages of 20 and 60 years, which had been decomposing for less than a year prior to their discovery on Oct. 13, and the man had once suffered a broken nose.An approximate model of the face of the deceased man has also been created.Long weekend reportAlberta drivers are being praised for their good driving over the September long weekend.Throughout the long weekend, RCMP members were busy conducting checkstops and traffic operations at various locations across the province, primarily focusing on dangerous behaviours including impaired driving, unsafe speed, non use of seat belts and distracted driving.that road and weather conditions were perfect and the significant increase in traffic volume, most Albertans were responsible safe drivers and enjoyed a great long weekend, said Superintendent Howard Eaton, officer in charge of RCMP, Division Traffic Services.According to an RCMP press release, some drivers ignored common sense and placed others travellers at risk with their dangerous behaviours.The following are examples of situations encountered by Integrated Traffic Unit members over the weekend:A 36 year old man was caught driving his motorcycle at 181 kilometres per hour in a 110 km/h zone on the QE2 near Carstairs.A 24 year old Montreal man was caught driving his motorcycle at 177 km/h in the posted 110 km/h on the QE2 near Crossfield.A 46 year old man was caught driving a Corvette at 180 km/h on the QE2 near Ponoka.A motorcyclist was stopped for driving 235 km/h in an 80 km/h zone, at Highway 762 near Turner Valley.A motor vehicle was stopped near Elk Island Park on Highway 16 for driving with no plates. Further investigation revealed the vehicle was linked to a serious criminal investigation in Cold Lake.A reported impaired driver near Stony Plain was actually an individual in medical distress. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.A man from Calgary was caught driving 166 km/h. He was charged with driving while prohibited, possession of drugs, possession of a prohibited weapon, speeding and careless driving. A female passenger was also charged with possession of drugs.RCMP members in Athabasca assisted in the apprehension of a distraught male attempting suicide. They were successful in helping save a life.we also had collisions in rural locations which resulted in the deaths of three individuals, said Superintendent Rick Gardner.