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Crash at St. Albert hospital 'medical in nature,' no charges being laid: police

A truck was driven through a cement barrier and into the front doors of the Sturgeon Community Hospital on March 26, 2023, shortly after 8 p.m. Police called the cause of the crash "medical in nature." (Photo provided by RCMP.) A truck was driven through a cement barrier and into the front doors of the Sturgeon Community Hospital on March 26, 2023, shortly after 8 p.m. Police called the cause of the crash "medical in nature." (Photo provided by RCMP.)
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A vehicle was driven into the front doors of the Sturgeon Community Hospital Sunday evening.

The Chevrolet Avalanche crashed through a cement barricade before it hit the entryway.

No one was hurt.

Police are calling the cause of the crash "medical in nature." Charges are not being laid. 

A spokesperson for Alberta Health Services says hospital operations were not impacted as a result of the crash.

The building's main entrance will remain open while repairs are made.

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