UPDATE: Highway 4 reopens after truck-train crash

By RCMP Bulletin
April 16, 2017 - 2:47pm Updated: April 17, 2017 - 5:54am
Train - Semi collision Hwy-4
Train - Semi collision Hwy-4 Photo credit to LethbridgeNewsNow.com
Clean up of semi - train collision
Clean up of semi - train collision Photo credit to LethbridgeNewsNow.com
RCMP and CP Rail police investigate collision
RCMP and CP Rail police investigate collision Photo credit LethbridgeNewsNow.com
Hwy-4 closed for train versus semi collision
Hwy-4 closed for train versus semi collision Photo credit to LethbridgeNewsNOW.com

LETHBRIDGE -  A semi versus train collision Sunday morning is under investigation by RCMP and CP rail police and has shut down a section of Highway-4.

The incident occurred around 11:55 (April 16), near Range Road 212 at 58 Street south.

A semi tractor trailer unit collided into a train. Both north and south-bound lanes of Highway 4, approximately five kilometres south of Lethbridge have been shut down due to debris. 

At 5:28 p.m., RCMP notified that Highway 4 had been re-opened to traffic.
 

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