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Vehicle roll over near Cochrane results in injuries

On June 14 at 7:31 p.m., Cochrane RCMP received a compliant of a vehicle collision on Highway 567, 1.5 km east of Highway 22. Cochrane RCMP and Fire and EMS attended the scene and found a single vehicle roll over with two occupants.

On June 14 at 7:31 p.m., Cochrane RCMP received a compliant of a vehicle collision on Highway 567, 1.5 km east of Highway 22.

Cochrane RCMP and Fire and EMS attended the scene and found a single vehicle roll over with two occupants. The occupants, a 29-year-old woman and 27-year-old man from B.C. were both taken to hospital by ambulance, with non-life threatening injuries

Alcohol and drugs were not a factor in the accident. Rain is believed to be a contributing factor in the collision and there was extensive damage to the vehicle.

The incident is still under investigation at this time.

At around 2:15 a.m. on June 14, the Chestermere RCMP responded to a residence in the Oakmere Way area for the theft of a Ford truck.

As the police arrived, the truck was seen being driven out of Chestermere at a high rate of speed. For public safety reasons, the police did not pursue the truck and it was found a short time later abandoned in the outskirts of town. A second truck was also reported stolen in the same area around the same time. This truck is identified as a white 2002 Ford F350 truck with personalized plate “GALIATH” and has not been found.

There have been a number of trucks stolen in the past few weeks in Chestermere.

“The Chestermere RCMP are reminding residents to ensure they lock their unattended vehicles using anti theft devices such as alarms and steering wheel locks,” said Cst. Kevin Concepcion of the Chestermere RCMP.

“It is important to remove valuables from unattended vehicles. The public is always encouraged to contact the Chestermere RCMP to report any suspicious activity they may witness.”

If you have information on any crime, please contact your local RCMP or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or www.tipsubmit.com


Airdrie Today Staff

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