Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Three U.S. Children Dead Northeast of Calgary after SUV Collides with Truck

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Three U.S. Children Dead Northeast of Calgary after SUV Collides with Truck

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3 children from U.S. dead in Alberta highway crash

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HANNA, Alta. - RCMP say three children who died when a semi-trailer truck collided with an SUV northeast of Calgary Wednesday were all from the United States.

"The family is from Washington State," said RCMP Cpl. Laurel Scott. "The parents are both in hospital in Calgary and they're in stable condition."

The crash happened at a highway intersection near Hanna, about 200 kilometres northeast of Calgary.

Chris Kalyn with Alberta Health Services said paramedics were dispatched to the crash at a highway intersection around 5:45 p.m.

"We had three children, an 11-month-old and two children in their mid teens, that were deceased on scene," Kalyn said.

The adults in the SUV have not been identified, but RCMP say they are a 44-year-old man and a 32-year-old woman. …

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