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PHOTO: Roll-over crash

Paramedics and firefighters prepare to load a man into an ambulance following a crash at 148 Street and King George Boulevard last week. Passersby rushed to aid the man Nov. 5, after his sedan went out of control on King George and slammed into a parked SUV, then rolled over into a ditch. Witnesses said it appeared the driver may have suffered a seizure. - Dan Ferguson photo
Paramedics and firefighters prepare to load a man into an ambulance following a crash at 148 Street and King George Boulevard last week. Passersby rushed to aid the man Nov. 5, after his sedan went out of control on King George and slammed into a parked SUV, then rolled over into a ditch. Witnesses said it appeared the driver may have suffered a seizure.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson photo
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