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Three collisions involving multiple vehicles have been reported around snowy Fort St. John.

On Monday morning, a four vehicle accident occurred on the Alaska Highway at 92 A Street in front of Munchies Restaurant. According to the local RCMP, a vehicle was traveling too fast for the snowy road condition and rear-ended a vehicle. That vehicle then hit another vehicle in front of it, which then collided with a fourth vehicle.

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Police say no one was injured in the crash and the Highway has been cleared.

The second and third collisions occurred on the east bypass and involved two cars sliding into the ditch because of the snowy conditions. Police say there were no injuries and emergency response vehicles were not called out to the scene. The vehicles were towed from the ditch and the roads are now clear.

Police are warning people to adjust their driving speed accordingly due to the slippery road conditions.

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