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Injury Crash & Hit and Run Investigations Continue

 

There’s still no official word from the Dawson Creek RCMP as to whether or not charges have, or will be laid, in connection with last week’s fiery crash on the Alaska Highway.

It was early March 28th, when a small car and a tanker truck hauling a concentrated chemical collided on the south side of the Kiskatinaw bridge, resulting in non-life threatening injuries to one of the drivers.

Meantime, the Dawson Creek Mounties are also seeking public assistance and taking calls at 1-800-222-8477, as they continue the investigation into a serious injury hit and run.

In this case, on March 21st, a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle that left the scene at Rockwell’s pub.

 

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