Man in single-vehicle rollover near Caroline airlifted to Calgary hospital

Collision occurred near Highways 22 and 54 northeast of Caroline

A man was airlifted by STARS to a Calgary hospital on Thursday night after a single-vehicle rollover near Caroline.

Clearwater County Regional Fire Rescue Services was called about 9 p.m. to the collision near Highways 22 and 54 about four km northeast of Caroline.

Regional Fire Chief Steve Debienne said the vehicle came to rest on its roof and the driver and sole occupant had to be cut out of the vehicle.

He was airlifted to Calgary’s Foothills Hospital.



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