ST. PAUL, Alta. - A minivan has crashed into an Alberta school, the same building where a student was killed by another van that drove through a wall nearly two years ago.
RCMP say no one was hurt in the recent accident at Portage College in St. Paul, a town northeast of Edmonton.
Const. Craig Campbell says a woman was parking her van in the parking lot when it went into the building's brick wall.
He says the college hadn't yet opened for the day and only one person, a custodian, was inside.
He says the deadly crash in 2012 happened on the opposite side of the building, which at the time was temporarily housing Racette Junior High School.
A man having a seizure was driving the van that went across a street, through a wall and dropped into a lower-level classroom, killing an 11-year-old girl.
Megan Wolitski and two of her Grade 6 classmates were struck and pinned by the van and taken to hospital. Wolitski died the next day.
Maddie Guitard remains in a vegetative state and is not expected to recover.
Richard Benson pleaded guilty last fall to criminal negligence causing death and criminal negligence causing bodily harm.
He was sentenced to two years and banned from driving for life.
Court heard he had not been taking prescribed medication for his seizures and lied to get his driver's licence.