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Two workers on a paving crew were killed on the job Monday morning in northwestern Alberta. Beaverlodge RCMP were called around 11:30 a.m. to a rural secondary highway about 32 kilometres northwest of Grande Prairie, where a large asphalt reclaiming machine had rolled into the ditch with two men inside. Police arrived on scene to find the reclaimer on its roof. STARS air ambulance was called to rollover but was stood down by EMS, who pronounced the workers dead on scene. Man dead in multi-vehicle collision near Beaverlodge The men were part of a Lafarge paving crew. The company released a statement, which said in part: There was a fatal accident involving two of our employees doing paving work in the Grande Prairie area [on Monday.] Details are not clear at this time. We are cooperating fully with authorities in their investigation. We are in shock and are extremely concerned about the impact to these individuals’ family and friends. Road reclaimers are used to pulverize the top asphalt layer and mix it with the underlying base to stabilize deteriorated roadways.

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