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Paramedics, fire and police respond to a single-vehicle accident Tuesday morning on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Salmon Arm near Canoe Forest Products. The female driver was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. This was the second of two collisions at nearly the same location within a short span of time Tuesday morning attributed in part to icy conditions. RCMP warn that road conditions can change quickly at this time of year and drivers should be cautious at all times.  - James Murray/Observer
Paramedics, fire and police respond to a single-vehicle accident Tuesday morning on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Salmon Arm near Canoe Forest Products. The female driver was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. This was the second of two collisions at nearly the same location within a short span of time Tuesday morning attributed in part to icy conditions. RCMP warn that road conditions can change quickly at this time of year and drivers should be cautious at all times.
— image credit: James Murray/Observer

Paramedics, fire and police respond to a single-vehicle accident Tuesday morning on the Trans-Canada Highway east of Salmon Arm near Canoe Forest Products. The female driver was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. This was the second of two collisions at nearly the same location within a short span of time Tuesday morning attributed in part to icy conditions. RCMP warn that road conditions can change quickly at this time of year and drivers should be cautious at all times.

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