FSJ Man Killed in Alberta Peace Rollover

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There was police confirmation today that an unidentified 57 year old Fort St. John man was killed in a single vehicle crash, at about 3.30 yesterday afternoon in the Alberta Peace.

The Grande Prairie RCMP says he was the lone occupant of a semi-trailer truck that rolled, while traveling north on the Forestry Trunk Road {Highway 734} at kilometer 60, south of Debolt.

The wreckage was discovered by another trucker, who contacted emergency services by cellphone, but the victim died at the rollover site.

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The cause of the crash remains under investigation, but police have already ruled out both speed and alcohol as contributing factors.

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