Two men were killed in a single vehicle collision near Redwater around 3 a.m. Saturday when the Ford Taurus they were in crashed into a power pole.

Redwater RCMP say the car left Highway 827 near Highway 29 and rolled before hitting the pole.

The driver, in his early 20s, and a 19-year-old passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.

Two other male passengers were taken to Redwater Hospital for treatment, and were released with minor injuries.

Police say alcohol was a factor in the collision.

The families of the two dead men, who were from Thorhild County and Waskatenau area, have been notified.

Police are still investigating.

Motorcycle crash in Edmonton

In Edmonton, police were called to a hit-and-run involving a motorcycle near 118th Avenue and 126th Street just after 9 p.m.

Police say the motorcycle was heading east along 118th Avenue when a car sped past a stop sign, hitting the motorcycle and then driving off.

The motorcycle driver is in serious but non-life threatening condition.

Police are now looking for a dark-coloured car, believed to be a Dodge, with significant damage to its front bumper.

Fiery Truck - Highway 63

RCMP say no one was hurt in the blaze, which happened Saturday afternoon south of Fort McMurray. (Courtesy Amanda Helmle)

Highway 63

Meanwhile, a vehicle on fire made for a dramatic scene for drivers on Highway 63 south of Fort McMurray late Saturday afternoon.

Wood Buffalo RCMP say no one was injured in the blaze, adding that the fire was put out soon after police were notified.