RCMP caution against travel on Alaska Highway north of Charlie Lake

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He adds there have been several motor vehicle incidents in the area affecting traffic. 

“If you do have to travel for an emergency, please use extreme caution and ensure your vehicle is in safe operating condition with all lights working. Also, keep a winter survival kit with blankets and extra warm clothing.” 

Paulmert also reminds drivers that posted speed limits are best suited for summer road conditions.

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