Another Accident on the Alaska Highway

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Fort St. John RCMP are looking for witnesses to an accident that occured this morning at 100th Street and the Alaska Highway. At approximately 11:40am the RCMP and the Fort St. John Fire Department responded to multi vehicle collision. The initial Police investigation has determined that a south bound Oldsmobile turned left from the Highway onto 100th street colliding with a North bound Ford F350. The pick up was proceeding through the intersection when the Oldsmobile turned left in front of him. After the collision, the Oldsmobile was pushed by the impact into two other vehicles that were stopped at the red light on 100th street. The driver of the Oldsmobile was transported to the Fort St. John Hospital with minor injuries, treated and released. No other injuries were reported. The Fort St. John RCMP believe that there are additional witnesses who may have information to provide Police about this collision and are asking anyone with information to contact the Detachment at 250-787-8140.

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