Accident on 100 street near Northern Lights College, traffic blocked

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UPDATE: Sgt. Dave Tyreman with the Fort St. John RCMP says that one person suffered minor injuries in yesterday’s crash.

The police investigation revealed that a line of cars were stopped for a railway cleaning crew on the tracks, when a male driver with a New driver’s license rear-ended the line of cars, causing a small pileup. One of the individuals involved was transported to hospital with minor whiplash injuries and released a short time later. The 17 year-old driver was issued a ticket for Driving Without Due Care & Attention.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – There is a motor vehicle accident on 100th street just north of the East Bypass Road. 100th street is blocked in both directions currently north of the East Bypass Road and south of the West Bypass Road.

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While details are limited, it appears 2 vehicles were involved in a collision. One of the vehicles was a darker coloured car and sustained significant front end damage. The other vehicle was a white crossover vehicle and it appeared to have damage to the rear of the car.

Fire crews are still on scene. An ambulance attended the scene but has since left.

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