Motorcyclist dead after crash with minivan near Rimbey

Others taken to hospital as precaution

A motorcyclist has died as the result of a collision with a minivan on Hwy. 20 between Township Roads 422 and 424 on Sunday, Aug. 25.

Rimbey RCMP as well as Rimbey Fire and EMS responded at 12:41 p.m. to find one adult male deceased on the scene as a result of the collision.

One adult male was travelling on a motorcyle which collided with a minivan travelling from the opposite direction.

The male was the lone rider on the motorcycle. The minivan had six occupants, all of whom went to area hospitals as a precautionary measure.

The collision analyst attended to conduct a scene examination. Traffic was diverted while the analyst and tow company examined and cleared the collision scene. Traffic is flowing now.

The cause of the collision remains under RCMP investigation.

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