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Alberta RCMP investigating fatal collision west of Edmonton

WATCH ABOVE: A semi-truck driver died on scene Friday morning after the truck rolled on Highway 43 west of Edmonton.
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Police said the driver of a semi-truck died Friday morning after the truck rolled over west of Edmonton.

The single-vehicle crash happened on Highway 43 just north of Highway 16.

The truck was carrying a load of metal pipe when it rolled into the ditch.

The northbound lanes of Highway 43 were closed and traffic was rerouted for a period Friday morning.

The cause of the collision hasn’t been released.

Highway 43 and Highway 16 is about 55 kilometres west of Edmonton.

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