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. The driver of the truck was treated for minor injuries.Scott said the investigation into the accident is ongoing.“We had a collision analyst out at the scene Wednesday night so right now what we do is wait for his report,” she said.“He does a very comprehensive investigation. He looks at any factors that contributed to this collision and he puts together a report. So until we see that report I’m not in a position to make any comments or speculation about what happened there.”Scott said she has spoken to officers who were at the scene who were traumatized but her deepest concern is for the family.“The focus here is not our members. It’s this family, so telling this family and dealing with the family is hard because we can only imagine the nightmare for the parents.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:5 Brazilian women detained at south dock center, brazilian women to be released tonight from detention center in TCI, officers forced to release detainees Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, September 8, 2016 – Magnetic Media is TONIGHT told that five Brazilian women who are currently at the Detention Center will be released to allegedly go and work in a local bar.Reports to us are that the five arrived today and were detained when they admitted to Immigration Officers that they have no money and came to go to the bar and are due to leave tomorrow.The Border Control workers found the explanation of the women suspect and ordered that they be detained.That discretionary move is overturned though and the women will be allowed to leave the South Dock road facility in minutes. Currently there is a Integrity Commission investigation ongoing into matters of suspected support or allowance of prostitution and sex trafficking.Brazilians are not required to have a TCI visa for legal entry.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 Throw out its only loss of the season (33-21 to St. Bonaventure of Ventura), and Hart hasn’t allowed more than two TDs in a game. The Indians, who held Birmingham to 224 total yards, are surrendering an average of 233. The Foothill League’s most versatile football player? Look no further than Hart’s Robbie Casselberry. In the first month, Casselberry has played running back, receiver, defensive end, linebacker and defensive back. He’s also a top special-teams player. Against Birmingham, Casselberry and running back Delano Howell played defensive end for the first time in a new-look 3-4 defense that was quite effective. Hart safety Adam Reyes’ hand has been fitted with an oversized soft cast. He tore ligaments in his thumb Sept. 23 during a victory over Westlake but hasn’t missed a game. Canyon football standout J.J. DiLuigi is on pace to break Louis Montano’s 2003 school single-season rushing record of 1,596 yards. DiLuigi, a junior, rushed for 179 yards and scored four touchdowns in a 42-6 victory Friday over visiting South Torrance, pushing his four-game yardage total to 559 yards – an average of 139.8 per game. If DiLuigi keeps pace and Canyon advances to at least the second round of the Southern Section Div. II playoffs – as the Cowboys have the past three seasons – DiLuigi will finish with 1,677 yards. Rising football standout Anthony Luna of Hart High came through Saturday with one of the most devastating hits in recent memory, bulldozing Birmingham of Lake Balboa’s Daniel Mora with a vicious block during an interception return by James Wheeler in a 23-13 victory at College of the Canyons. Mora, who never saw Luna coming, was laid out for several minutes and didn’t returned to the game. Luna, a 6-foot, 185-pound senior, also intercepted two passes. Hart had four interceptions, giving it seven in the past two games. Luna is a key component for the Indians’ increasingly effective defense, which has been critical because the team’s usually potent offense has sputtered. That’s partly because of quarterback Tyler Lyon’s injuries (separated shoulder in Week 2, then a concussion Saturday), which have caused him to miss two of four games. DiLuigi has 14 touchdowns (several on long breakaways), an average of 3.5 per game, so he’s also on pace to break Chris Perry’s Canyon single-season record of 27 TDs, set in 1989. Saugus High graduate Jeff Martin, 21, a kicker for first-year semipro football team Santa Clarita Knights of the West Coast Football League, kicked a conference-record 52-yard field goal in a 34-0 victory Sept. 23 over the Southern California Cobras at Taft High in Woodland Hills. Santa Clarita is 1-2-1. Former Canyon High baseball coach Chuck Crim, who resigned last spring after two seasons and is seeking a minor-league job, could land a gig with the Texas Rangers. Crim has solid connections with the Rangers, who are revamping their lower-level coaching staff. The large-scale Kenny Staub Invitational cross country meet in La Crescenta, an annual highlight for Canyon’s boys’ and girls’ teams, has been postponed to Saturday at 8:30 a.m. because of the Burbank fire. Two-back offenses with a fullback are hardly seen in high school football any more. The alignment has worked well for De La Salle of Concord all these years. Gerry Gittelson’s column appears in the Daily News three times a week. He can be reached at (661) 257-5218, [email protected] or by fax at (661) 257-5262.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
At this important meeting with the devolved administrations today, I will be making clear my commitment to a deal that brings our country together, protects the security and prosperity of all our communities and business sectors, and reinforces our Union of nations. We will discuss the EU negotiations and EU Withdrawal Bill and how the UK Government has tabled an amendment that will ensure the vast majority of powers returning from the EU that cross over with devolved competencies will transfer directly to Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. I am determined to secure a settlement that delivers an unprecedented democratic dividend for the people of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, while protecting and preserving the precious Union that is at the heart of our past, present and future success. The First Ministers of Scotland and Wales, along with representatives from the Northern Ireland Civil Service, will come to Downing Street for an update on the negotiations and to discuss recent progress on Clause 11 of the EU Withdrawal Bill, which would see the vast majority of returning devolved powers directly transferred to Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. Domestic issues and the importance of Northern Ireland’s continued involvement in the process, in the absence of an Executive, will also be discussed.The Prime Minister will make clear her absolute commitment to devolution, strengthening the Union and delivering legal certainty for businesses and consumers across the UK as we forge a new, deep and special partnership with the EU.She will also confirm the government’s intention for the devolved nations to not only maintain their existing powers once we leave the EU but also gain significant new decision-making abilities, including across issues such as water quality and energy efficiency.The devolved administrations will also be given an update on the latest on the investigation into the incident in Salisbury.Speaking ahead of the meeting, the Prime Minister Theresa May said: