A tractor-trailer unit lays on its side along Highway 97A near Mara. Image credit: Maureen Vermette photo

Flipped semis slow traffic on Highway 97A

Two single motore-vehicle accidents reported near Mara

A couple of collisions have motor vehicle traffic moving slowly along sections of Highway 97A near Mara.

Two single-vehicle accidents are reported to have occurred on the highway between Sicamous and Grindrod, both involving tractor-trailer units.

Drive BC reports the road is slushy with slippery sections.


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