January 8, 2019 11:41 am

Southern Alberta collision claims woman’s life

A photo of an RCMP vehicle.

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A woman died from injuries she suffered in a southern Alberta collision on Monday afternoon.

Redcliff RCMP said a northbound semi-truck and a southbound sedan collided just north of Township Road 132 on Highway 41, which is northeast of Medicine Hat.

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The 64-year-old driver of the sedan died as a result of her injuries. The RCMP is not releasing the identity of the woman.

The driver of the semi was treated on scene for minor injuries.

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The cause of the fatal collision is still being investigated, but police said they do not believe charges will be laid.

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