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The lights at the intersection of 100 St. and 101 Ave. in Fort St. John will not be fixed until at least early next week.

Workers were out at the intersection Thursday trying to fix the lights, but another part is now required, says Don Demers, director of Public Works and Utilities

Demers says the part will not be available until Monday or Tuesday next week and the lights will continue to flash red throughout the next few days.

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Drivers must treat any uncontrolled intersection like a four-way stop.

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