Emergency crews were on the scene of a serious crash on Lougheed Highway in Harrison Mills. (Shane MacKichan photo)

VIDEO: Fatal crash on Lougheed Highway west of Agassiz

Vehicle reportedly collided with semi in Harrison Mills; one person killed

Emergency crews were on the scene of a serious crash on Lougheed Highway in Harrison Mills Wednesday at approximately 3 p.m.

Early reports are that a vehicle collided with a semi truck at high velocity at Mill Road and Lougheed Highway, which is near the Harrison River.

Three ambulances were on the scene at 3:10 p.m. The Jaws of Life were reportedly being used, and a landing area was being established for an Air Ambulance.

Two patients were listed in critical condition, one was to be taken out by medevac and the other by ground ambulance.

There are reports one person died at the scene.

Highway was closed in both directions as an investigation into the incident continued.

More details will be reported if they become available.

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