Two Calgary teens killed in collision

Two Calgarians died Saturday night when their Honda Civic crossed the centreline into the path of a westbound semi truck

Two Calgarians died Saturday night when their Honda Civic crossed the centreline into the path of a westbound semi truck near the Canoe Forest Products mill.

The pair, who were 18 and 19 years old, have not been identified by the RCMP pending the notification of next of kin. Police investigation revealed the eastbound Honda was entering a curve in the road and crossed over the centreline at just before 8:16 p.m. on Nov. 29.

The westbound semi truck driver was unable to avoid the crash. He suffered minor injuries.

The driver and passenger in the car were pronounced dead at the scene.

Weather and road conditions were clear at the time of the collision. The investigation is continuing.

The Trans-Canada Highway was closed until just after 4 Sunday morning.

 

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