Two Alberta men killed in weekend highway crashes

EDMONTON — Two people are dead after fatal crashes in Alberta over the weekend.

EDMONTON — Two people are dead after fatal crashes in Alberta over the weekend.

A motorist was killed and several others were seriously injured Saturday night in a multi-vehicle collision on Highway 2 near Legal, north of Edmonton.

RCMP have not yet determined what caused the crash.

Earlier Saturday, a 32-year-old Vegreville man was killed after his car crashed into the back of a parked tow truck assisting a pickup truck near Elk Island National Park, east of Edmonton.

The tow truck driver and the driver of the pickup, who were sitting in the tow truck, suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene.

Names of the crash victims were not being released until family members had been notified.

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