Pick-up Driver Escapes Serious Injury
Saturday, October 22, 2016 @ 1:20 PM
Prince George, B.C. – The driver of a pick-up truck did not sustain any serious injuries in a single-vehicle accident Saturday morning on Otway Road.
The truck had just crossed over Foothills Boulevard on the Otway overpass when it went out of control off the road and down an embankment, where it landed upright on its tires.
There were slick spots on sections of that road following an overnight frost, and that may have contributed to the mishap.
Again nobody was seriously hurt.
Not a good day for blue colored vehicles. There was a blue car half way down the hill from the entrance to Hart Highlands this morning in the ditch. Looked like hit a patch of ice. Lucky it missed the power pole.
Slow down and live!
Hit some ice this morning, but dint do dat.
ha ,,got it right away G2, good that these people for a brief time are out of something to drive.
Monkeys are not too smart!
Some of you people really take the cake. Did it ever occur to some of you Formula 1 quality drivers (at least in your own minds) that a person can lose control, even if they are driving reasonably to road conditions?
Losing control due to ice can happen no matter what speed you are travelling. Your tire hits a patch, loses traction, the car/truck kicks over and, before you can even react, you are sliding all over the road.
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