One man died on Saturday afternoon after two vehicles collided on Highway 1 in Yoho National Park.
Golden Field RCMP and BC Highway Patrol are B.C. Responded to reports of car and semi-track car accidents in Yoho National Park, about 17km west of the field.
The driver, a 31-year-old Alberta man, and the only occupant of the car were declared dead on the scene. The semi-track driver was unharmed in the collision.
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RCMP Officer I attended the site together with BC's integrated collision analysis and reconstruction service, and conducted an investigation in collaboration with BC Coroners Service. According to police, on-site evidence is that when a car driver flows into the oncoming lane and collides head-on with a semi-track driver who turns into a ditch to the east in an attempt to avoid it, head west on Expressway 1. A collision suggesting that it was going on.
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Lake Louise Fire Urgent Correspondence Crew Department, Field BC Ambulance Service, Lake Louise Ambulance Service, BC Parks, and Golden Fire Department also participated in this scene.
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First and foremost, we and our partners express our heartfelt condolences to the deceased's family and friends,said. Kat Robinson, Golden Field RCMP.
She also thank the citizens who first stood on the scene, helped those involved in the car accident, and helped the rescue workers on arrival. You were essential in today's case. ..
During the clash investigation, the accident caused a big delay over the long weekend of Canada Day, delaying hundreds of drivers.
The highway was reopened by 6 pm. Saturday.