Highway 43 open to single-lane traffic near Fox Creek

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FOX CREEK, A.B. – Highway 43 is now open to single-lane alternating traffic after a collision late Monday night.

December 28, 2015, at approximately 7:00 a.m., Fox Creek RCMP responded to the report of a multi-vehicle motor vehicle collision on highway 43, 2 kilometres west of Fox Creek.  Highway 43 is now open to single lane traffic and motorists may experience minor delays.
This collision involved seven vehicles, including three large trucks and four passenger trucks.  There was also a a localized spill of a hazardous substance spread on the roadway.
Several persons were treated for minor injuries and released.
The road was initially not passable owing to the hazardous material clean up and removal of vehicles.
As of 5:30 a.m., Tuesday, highway 43 is now open to single lane traffic and motorists may experience minor delays.
This accident remains under investigation.
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