UPDATED: Loaded logging truck rolls over north of Fort St. John

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The Fort St. John fire department has indicated that a loaded logging truck has rolled over north of the city.

Crews appear to be on scene, and drivers are told to slow down if they are headed that way.

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A representative with the Fire Department was not available to provide more details at the time of publishing.

Cpl. Jodi Shelkie with Fort St. John RCMP said that they are unsure what time it happened, but the logging truck rolled into a ditch off of 281 rd.

She added that the reason the truck went into the ditch is under investigation and the driver has been taken to hospital with minor injuries.

The truck also took out a telephone pole and BC Hydro is reportedly on their way to fix this.

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