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RCMP investigate fatal motor vehicle collision, Aylesford, N.S.

Kings County District RCMP responded to a fatal motor vehicle collision where a vehicle went off road submerging into the Annapolis River.

Today at approximately 6 p.m., Kings County District RCMP, Aylesford Volunteer Fire Department and Emergency Health Services responded to a report that a vehicle had veered off Highway 1 and into the Annapolis River just east of Aylesford.

The vehicle, found in the fast moving waters of the river, was secured by a winch to a Fire Truck. With water up to the vehicle’s windows, both occupants of the vehicle were extracted by emergency crews and carried to Emergency Health Service vehicles.

Preliminary investigation determined a 76-year-old Digby County man, driving a Chevrolet Impala, may have experienced a medical issue just prior to veering off the roadway. The driver was taken to hospital where he was pronounced deceased. A 69-year-old female passenger was taken to the hospital with serious injuries.

The investigation into the cause of the collision is continuing with the assistance of an RCMP Traffic Collision Analyst.

Source: Release

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