Police find no fault in Kiskatinaw crash

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By Christine Rumleskie

 

The Dawson Creek RCMP detachment says no charges have been filed in connection with a fiery two-vehicle accident on Sunday, March 28th.

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A small car and a tanker truck collided on the south end of the Kiskatinaw Bridge early that morning.

The tanker truck was carrying a concentrated chemical used to clean out wells, and quickly caught fire.

One of the drivers sustained non-life threatening injuries.

But Corporal Richard with the Dawson Creek RCMP says the investigation concluded with no charges being filed, and fault will be determined by the insurance companies.

Richard says there were no alcohol-related charges issued in connection with the collision.

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