Duncan's David Knapton, the driver of a pickup truck that collided with a motorhome Aug. 9 outside Smoky Lake, Alberta, has passed away from his injuries, RCMP confirmed.
Knapton, who was in his late 60s was one of three people seriously injured when the pickup, which was towing a fifth-wheel trailer, collided with a motorhome carrying six people on Highway 28.
One of the injured is Knapton's wife Beverly. A family friend confirmed she received serious injuries but is expected to recover.
Folks at the Maple Bay Yacht Club expressed their condolences to Knapton's family.
"David and his wife Bev have been active and valued members of the Maple Bay Yacht Club for the past eight years," reads a message posted on their website. "David will certainly be missed by his friends at this club.
"The executive committee, board of directors, members and staff of MBYC wish to express their sincere condolences to David's family in this difficult time."
No further information is currently available about a funeral or other arrangements that may be planned.
A detachment spokesperson said the Smoky Lake RCMP investigation continues into the collision. Smoky Lake is 120 kilometres northeast of Edmonton.