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Two collisions on March 5 were attributed to slick road conditions. At 11 a.m., police attended a single-vehicle collision in the 4600 block of the Trans-Canada Highway. Snow-covered roads contributed to the driver failing to negotiate a curve in the road. The 65-year-old driver from 150 Mile House was uninjured.

At 3 p.m., a vehicle failed to negotiate snow-covered roads and went into the ditch on the Trans-Canada Highway approximately 20 kilometres east of Salmon Arm. The driver and passenger, each from Alberta, were not injured.

 

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