Southeast Calgary crash sends 2 to hospital

An early morning crash in southeast Calgary sent two people to hospital, one of them in critical, life-threatening condition. Mike Hills / Global News

Calgary police are investigating following an early morning crash that sent two people to hospital on Sunday.

According to EMS, paramedics were called to Memorial Drive and 28 Street S.E. just after 3 a.m. for reports of a single-vehicle crash.

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One of the people in the vehicle, a man believed to be in his 30s, was taken to hospital in life-threatening condition. The other person in the vehicle, a woman believed to be about 19 years old, was also taken to hospital. She was considered to be in stable, non-life-threatening condition.

Memorial Drive was shut down for several hours between Barlow Trail and 28 Street as the Calgary Police Service Traffic Unit investigated. The road has since reopened.

Calgary police are investigating whether speed or alcohol contributed to the crash.


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