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Velocity, 'substance impairment' behind Thursday morning Henday crash: Police 

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Velocity and “substance impairment” are believed to be behind a Thursday morning crash on Anthony Henday Drive, say Edmonton police.

Officers responded to the crash between 111 Avenue and Rabbit Hill Highway round 6:49 a.m. after studies that the motive force of a crimson Cadillac CTS struck a white Toyota Highlander and continued on, putting a college bus earlier than crashing right into a ditch, stated police in a information launch.

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The motive force of the Toyota, a lady in her 30s, was checked by emergency medical companies (EMS) staff on scene whereas the motive force of the bus, a lady in her 40s, was taken to hospital for precautionary causes, police stated. There have been no kids on the bus.

The motive force of the Cadillac, a 35-year-old man, was additionally taken to hospital for precautionary causes. Prices are pending.

Police say pace and substance impairment are believed to be elements within the crash, which continues to be below investigation.

The Henday was shut down from roughly 7:40 a.m. to 9:40 a.m., when two out of three lanes have been reopened. The Henday was fully open by 11 a.m.

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