Stoney Trail Accident Today – Significant delays are being experienced by vehicles traveling east and west over the Bow River as a result of an accident involving multiple vehicles that has been reported to have occurred on Calgary’s Stoney Trail Southeast. At present, Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are present at the location. The flow of westbound traffic is extremely slow and is backed up to Deerfoot Trail.
It’s still unclear at this time whether anyone was hurt in the collision. An ambulance and perhaps three damaged cars can be seen at the scene in an online video. The cause of the accident is unknown as no information has been released by the police at the time of this report.
An early-morning tragic collision on the northeastern portion of Stoney Trail was looked into by Calgary police. At three in the morning on Thursday, October 19, a collision occurred on southbound Stoney Trail close to McKnight Boulevard N.E. According to investigators, a Ford Edge veered off the road, went through a ditch, and struck an overpass support beam on the west side of the street. According to authorities, the incident happened “at a high speed,” killing the 50-year-old male. Police said that although speed is thought to have played a role in the collision, alcohol or narcotics did not.
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