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A construction worker struck by a car while setting up a work zone on Highway 15 near Fort Saskatchewan Monday morning was airlifted to hospital in Edmonton.  The 36-year-old man suffered “serious, potentially life-threatening injuries” in the 7:51 a.m. collision near Range Road 220 within the city limits. According to the City of Fort Saskatchewan, the man was employed by North West Paving and was contracted to perform spray patching on potholes. He was transported by STARS from the scene to University hospital in Edmonton. Mounties said the male driver of the car was taken to hospital by ambulance. Cpl. Laurel Scott said the RCMP was still “putting things together” in their investigation. An investigation involving Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Services, North West Paving and the City of Fort Saskatchewan is underway. Construction zone safety has been a priority in Alberta for some time with legislation introduced that double the fines for speeding when workers are present, along with double demerit points applied to a convicted driver’s record.

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