Fatal rollover in northern Alberta leads to impaired driving charge
42-year-old woman killed after van leaves road northeast of High Prairie
A man is facing a charge of impaired driving causing death after a woman was killed in a rollover early Monday in northern Alberta.
Five people were in a van when it left the road and rolled on Highway 750, 100 kilometres northeast of High Prairie, at 4 a.m., RCMP said in a news release Tuesday.
Myrna Leigh Gladue, 42, of Atikameg First Nation, was pronounced dead at the scene. The four other occupants escaped with minor injuries.
The 45-year-old driver was arrested and is scheduled to appear in Slave Lake provincial court Wednesday.