A 55-year-old Fort Saskatchewan man died in a single vehicle collision in northern Alberta on Sunday (Jul.29).

The crash happened on Highway 88 near Township Rd 802A, about 130 km northeast of High Prairie. RCMP and emergency services responded to the scene around 6:45 p.m.
Police report that a southbound semi-truck was seen weaving on the highway before entering the west ditch and rolling onto its side.
The lone occupant of the truck died on scene. His name was not released.
Anyone who saw the crash is asked to contact High Prairie RCMP.
An investigation is ongoing.

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