Stoney Trail Accident – On Thursday morning, 7th of July 2022, three people were transported to the hospital after an accident on Stoney Trail N.E. The three-vehicle accident took place in the area of 16th Avenue N.E. just before 11a.m., Calgary emergency crews who were called to the scene reported. Alberta Provincial Highway No. 201, officially named Stoney Trail and Tsuut’ina Trail, is an approximately 92-kilometre freeway in Calgary, Alberta.
The road forms part of the CANAMEX Corridor which connects Calgary to Edmonton and Interstate 15 in the United States via Highways 2, 3, and 4. Stoney Trail begins in the city’s northwest at Highway 1 near Canada Olympic Park, running north across the Bow River and Crowchild Trail. It winds through the hills of northwest Calgary to Deerfoot Trail and the Queen Elizabeth II Highway. Turning south, the freeway again intersects Highway 1, crosses Glenmore Trail, and curves west at the neighbourhood of Mahogany.
According to emergency personnel, one of the victims was transported to hospital with critical, life-threatening injuries while two other victims suffered serious injuries but were taken to hospital in stable condition.
Police reduced traffic on northbound Stoney Trail N.E. to one lane and closed 16th Avenue while they investigated. Reports state that all roads were reopened shortly after 1 p.m.