Police respond to collisions during yesterday’s snowy weather

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – At least five collisions were reported to police in the past few days of snowy weather in the Fort St. John area.

Sgt. Dave Tyreman with the Fort St. John detachment said that a total of five collisions were reported to police between October 30th and November 2nd, police were called out to  five collisions on area roads. Tyreman said that all of the collisions resulted in damage to property greater than $1,000, but that no injuries were reported in any of the collisions.

Tyreman said that it is possible that there were more collisions that occurred, such as in instances of fender-benders, or of cars going into the ditch that were undamaged, or did not damage any other objects.

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