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Oak Lake man killed in crash near Headingley

A 69-year-old Oak Lake man died yesterday in hospital after a crash on the Trans-Canada Highway the day before.

Three people remain in hospital.

The man was in a Pontiac G6 with two other people, headed east on the highway near Headingly when a westbound Chevrolet Suburban tried to turn south in front of them.

The driver and front passenger in the Suburban were treated and released. A second passenger, a 38-year-old woman, was taken to hospital, where she remains.

All three people in the G6 were also taken to hospital. Their injuries were not initially considered to be life-threatening, but Headingley RCMP say they were informed on Thursday of the Oak Lake man's death.

The two other people who were in the G6 — a 63-year-old woman and a 67-year-old woman — also remain in hospital.

The crash happened Wendesday at about 6:30 p.m. and RCMP continue to investigate. They say they've ruled out alcohol as a factor.

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When small cars collide with small tanks, the losers are in the small car, as was the case here.

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