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Vehicle hits parked car in northeast Calgary, drugs a factor: police

Calgary police were dispatched to Grier Avenue N.E. and 4 Street N.E. on Monday after a single-vehicle crash.
Calgary police were dispatched to Grier Avenue N.E. and 4 Street N.E. on Monday after a single-vehicle crash. Dani Lantela/Global News

Drugs were a factor in a single-vehicle crash in northeast Calgary on Monday night, police said.

After a call came in about a car hitting a parked car on a busy street heading into a residential area, officers were dispatched to Grier Avenue N.E. and 4 Street N.E. at around 8 p.m.

Police said the driver, the only person in the vehicle, was unconscious but expected to survive.

Calgary police were dispatched to Grier Avenue N.E. and 4 Street N.E. on Monday after a single-vehicle crash.
Calgary police were dispatched to Grier Avenue N.E. and 4 Street N.E. on Monday after a single-vehicle crash. Dani Lantela/Global News

EMS determined the incident was drug-related and administered naloxone.

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Police continue to investigate.