Snowy Conditions Lead to Crashes
Crash at Westwood and Ferry this morning – photo 250News
Prince George, B.C. – It has been a very slippery start to the weekend. Prince George RCMP have been responding to a number of collisions in the City.
The worst of this morning’s collisions occurred west of Vanderhoof. A school bus, with more than two dozen students on board was in collision with a small car on highway 16 near McNolty Road.
The good news is the children are o.k, no serious injuries. The driver of the car also not seriously hurt.
The Nechako Lakes School District has sent a second bus to pick up the children. 250News has called that School District for details , but as yet, there has been no response.
RCMP remind drivers to ‘shift into winter’ to slow down and drive for conditions.
Hope all those bicycles clogging the bike lanes have their snow tires on.
Interesting headline. It’s almost as though this is the snows fault. Sure, the snow makes it a bit more of a challenge but if you’re not up to the challenge, please stay off the roads before you kill someone.
Watched a guy in a six foot coffin roar by me going up the hart this morning doing well over 90km an hr just after roads started to get slick people will never learn and it’s never their fault it’s always the roads fault or the other drivers fault
There was a young man on a red moped of all things going up Cowart Road this morning after 8. He is lucky the school bus slowed down just before he wiped out on the side of the road.
No snow tires?
Would think at least studs.
the yoyo’s are weeding them selves out..
the trouble is they are taking good folks with them.
I guess three words should have preceded the headline: Idiots driving in…
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