Statement from the City Manager
Pedestrian Fatality on June 8 in St. Albert
On behalf of the City of St. Albert, I offer my heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and schoolmates of the young teen who passed away after a cyclist/vehicle collision in St. Albert on June 8.
The City is devastated by this tragic loss. Support services have been extended to those who attend the school of the teen; first responders and City staff; and support and resource information will be available to community stakeholder groups throughout the weekend.
The City awaits the findings of the RCMP investigation. As per the Mayor’s request, Administration will conduct a complete review of the incident. The City will examine and assess roadway engineering, pedestrian, cyclist and motorist education in schools and for the public, as well as enforcement. Best practices that enhance pedestrian/cyclist safety will also be reviewed. The City will determine specific actions in the coming weeks once the RCMP investigation is completed.
If you need to talk or know someone who needs help, please reach out to one of these community contacts:
- Distress Line – 780-482-HELP (4357)
- Kids Help Phone – 1-800-668-6868
- 24hr Mental Health Help Line – 1-877-303-2642
- St. Albert Victim Services – 780-458-4353
Information on how to talk with your children and youth regarding tragedy is available on the City website by searching Community and Social Development.
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