Police investigating Highway 29 accident

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By Christine Rumleskie

A single vehicle accident delayed traffic on Highway 29 for more than ten hours on Wednesday.

Constable Howard with the Hudson’s Hope RCMP says officers were called to assist a tractor-trailer accident near the Ferrell Creek Bridge.

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Howard says the vehicle was carrying well-water and that the lone occupant of the vehicle didn’t suffer any injuries.

She says police continue to investigate the accident.

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The road was re-opened late Wednesday night.

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