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A 79 year old Fort St. John man has died, after a collision near Fox Creek Alberta.
The Edmonton Journal reports the man was driving a Honda Civic, when he collided with a GMC pickup, around 40 kilometres North of Fox Creek, at about 4 pm (PDT) Monday afternoon.
The man is identified as Fort St. John’s Percy Prestwich.
The unidentified driver of the truck was flown by STARS air ambulance to Grande Prarie, and later transferred to Edmonton, with non life-threatening injuries.
We will try to get more information on this crash, as it becomes available.

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