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Fort St. RCMP had confirmed that a 57-year-old woman died following this morning’s accident involving a logging truck and car, which closed down the Alaska Highway for several hours.

The accident happened near Mile 60, north of Charlie Lake.

The Alaska Highway has reopened, as confirmed by YRB North Peace and DriveBC.

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RCMP, the Peace Regional Traffic Services, the Collision Reconstructionist, and other support units were attending the scene to actively investigate this incident.

The investigation into the cause of the collision is ongoing, and RCMP is requesting any witnesses to the incident to come forward and contact them.

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