Collision at Mile 83 of Alaska Highway

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Photo: A collision appears to be blocking part of the Alaska Highway near Mile 83./ Submitted

On Monday morning, a collision took place at Mile 83 of the Alaska Highway.

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The collision, which occured at approximately 10 a.m.,  involved a single vehicle tractor trailer unit, which jackknifed on the road due to slippery conditions. 

The tractor trailer was removed  shortly after the incident occured and police say no one was injured.

Alternating traffic was in effect for a short period of time while the jackknifed tractor trailer was dealt with, but has now returned to normal.

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