Sicamous man identified in Jan. 2 fatal accident near Salmon Arm

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KELOWNA - The B.C. Coroners Service has released the name of the man who died in a crash near Salmon Arm earlier this week.

Richard Allen Davidson, a 55-year-old Sicamous man, died Jan. 2 near Canoe, northeast of Salmon Arm, when the Ford F-250 he was driving collided with a semi-tractor trailer on Highway 1.

The crash happened when the truck Davidson was driving crossed the double yellow line. He died at the scene of the accident. Three passengers in the pick-up truck had non life-threatening injuries while the other driver wasn’t injured.

The RCMP and coroners service are still investigating his death.


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