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Two-Vehicle Crash Slows Traffic

Thursday, December 1, 2016 @ 4:16 PM

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Prince George, B.C. – A two-vehicle crash at Highway 97 and 10th Ave. has slowed traffic.

A witness tells 250News it happened in the intersection at around 3:30 p.m. and involved a pickup truck and an SUV.

Police are on scene assessing the situation but no word yet on what caused the collision or whether there were any injuries.

Initially the accident closed both northbound lanes on Highway 97 but one has since reopened.


The number of accidents lately is mindblowing. Saw one on Domano last night, another at Massey and Nicholson this morning. What are people even doing? Not looking forward to next week’s cold and snow. I imagine the driving will only get worse.

    I’ve noticed drivers are not slowing down, even this morning with the ice covered streets. It’s a wonder some get to work.
    A whole lotta rush’in going on.

    Well you see with stories like this they make no sense because there are no real details so what happens? The public assumes what happened.. Seriously need to stop this garbage news unless 250 gets factual details and that’ll never happen because there aren’t any for minor accidents. Close the comments!

The time change contributes a lot to it… Gets dark too early and people probably haven’t really adjusted

    Time change has nothing to do with it. Some people are in too much of a hurry.

Oh now we can just put some more lights in , some folks think that works every time…

    Yup new lights will work. Just have to see how screwed up they are at Ferry and 16 to see how our local rocket scientists set lights up in this city. Idiots.

Look at the picture…broad freaking daylight!
It’s not dark yet at 3:30PM
As someone once said there are no accidents, just poor driving and poor choices leading to incidents!

Someone tried to beat a light. Happens all the time.

Case closed. Next!

isn’t that the 3rd one there this week? sheesh

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