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2 men killed in Highway 63 crash north of Fort McMurray

Two men were killed when the minivan they were in collided with the back of a transport bus north of Fort McMurray Sunday evening.

Mounties said the crash on… 217 more words


Sheriff: Mother, 2 Kids Hurt In Western Wisconsin Crash

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A mother and her two young children were hurt in a rollover crash Wednesday afternoon in western Wisconsin.

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash at about 4:40 p.m. 71 more words


11,000-litre oil spill after semi-truck rolls on Highway 63, cleanup to take days: RCMP

The RCMP said a hazmat response team and Alberta Environment have been called in to clean up 11,000 litres of oil that spilled into a ditch south of Boyle, Alta., when a semi-truck rolled over on Highway 63 Saturday night. 108 more words


Highway 63 reopens one lane in both directions after liquid condensate spill

RCMP said Sunday that cleanup operations from a Friday natural gas condensate spill on Highway 63 is expected to slow traffic for several more days. 151 more words

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Highway 63 southbound lanes reopen in northern Alberta after semi-truck rolls, spills natural gas condensate

The southbound lanes of Highway 63 north of Wandering River were reopened Saturday morning, while the northbound lanes remained closed after a single-vehicle rollover Friday night resulted in a spill of hydrocarbon. 199 more words


Fort McMurray bridge 'Responders Way' sign unveiled to honour wildfire crews

The heroic actions of emergency crews in the frightening early days of the May 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire have been honoured with the renaming of a roadway. 336 more words


Signs renaming Highway 63 bridge 'Responders Way' unveiled in Fort McMurray Friday

Provincial signs renaming the Highway 63 overpass in Fort McMurray “Responders Way” will be shown for the first time Friday.

Transportation Minister Brian Mason will be in Fort McMurray and will be visit several “first responder locations… to show Albertans’ appreciation for their heroic efforts,” the province said in a news release. 223 more words