Calgary police are investigating a crash that left one person dead in the city’s southeast Saturday morning.
The crash, which involved two vehicles, happened around 9:40 a.m. on Highway 22X and 104 Street S.E.
There were a total of five people in the two vehicles at the time of the crash, police said.
A woman died at the scene, a man was airlifted to hospital and three other men were taken to hospital via ambulance for a variety of injuries but were all in stable condition, EMS said.
The Calgary Fire Department was called in to help extract one of the victims from one of the vehicles.
According to police, as of 11 a.m., there were closures in place at Highway 22X just east of the interchange of Stoney Trail, as well as at Range Road 285.
Police investigators were expected to remain on scene for several hours to determine the cause of the crash.