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Camper Killed By Fallen Tree At Alberta Campground

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On Thursday morning, a report said a man was killed at Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park.

According to Alberta EMS, a man was struck by a tree. Paramedics were summoned to the campsite at 12:45 a.m. and declared the man dead on the spot, the report said.

Parks Canada did not respond to questions about the circumstances of the tree’s fall or safety at the campgrounds in Lake Minnewanka. They only confirmed that someone had died and referred all inquiries to the Alberta RCMP.

According to the report, In an emailed statement, RCMP stated that just after midnight, one of the Minnewanka camp users sustained an injury and was declared dead at the scene. The death was not considered suspicious, according to them.

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