Jaws of Life used in Highway 2 collision

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Due to the major damage the pickup sustained, the driver was pinned inside the vehicle. They were removed using the Jaws of Life and the driver was transported to the Dawson Creek and District Hospital for treatment.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing, but RCMP believes alcohol may have been a factor.

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