Car Goes Over Embankment, Two Escape Injury
Prince George, B.C. – There were, fortunately, no injuries in a single-vehicle accident on the hill near the southern end of Ospika Boulevard Friday night.
Around 8:30 pm a car with two occupants which was coming down the hill left the road a couple of hundred yards up the hill from Range Road, went over the sidewalk, skidded through the grass boulevard, went over the embankment and ploughed up a few small trees before coming to a stop, upright.
The road was wet at the time but police did not say what the contributing factors were in the incident. One officer on scene did say that the two people in the car walked away uninjured. He also said “the way they make cars these days the cars get hurt, people don’t.”
The age of the driver was not released.
In BC there are 1.2 motor vehicle fatalities, and 18 motor vehicle injury related hospitalizations per day. (According to Government stats)
Hope everyone is o.k. and slows down when it is wet, especially on new pavement as it can be slick when it is raining!
BTW, I like to apologize to seamutt for identifying him and thanking him as the one who posted a certain very valuable link, when it was in fact posted on Thursday, September 22, 2016 @ 6:40 PM by JGalt! Sorry to have upset you, but honest mistakes can happen.
“Apologize taken now the real facts and correction to what you posted. Here is what was missing from the post
“The following signers of this letter do so as individual NAS members and not on behalf of the NAS itself or their Institutions”
This thread can continue next Friday.
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