A single-vehicle crash on Highway 2A near Penhold led to a brief highway closure on Thursday morning.
At about 9 a.m. a vehicle heading north on Highway 2A collided with a roadside guardrail.
“We arrived on scene …to find a single vehicle collision, the driver was with RCMP,” says a member of the Penhold Volunteer Fire Department.
“There was a large amount of debris covering Highway 2A and Highway 42 in all directions of travel. There were no reported injuries. The vehicle came to a stop on the adjacent side of the highway and was stabilized by our firefighters.”
The highway was fully reopened about an hour later. Two fire units with eight firefighters from Penhold fire department responded to this collision, as well as three RCMP cruisers.