No injuries in morning crash

A T-bone collision near Marie Sharpe elementary slowed up traffic a bit Tuesday morning.

  • Dec. 11, 2012 5:00 a.m.

A T-bone collision near Marie Sharpe elementary slowed up traffic a bit Tuesday morning.

Williams Lake RCMP said a Pontiac Sunfire was travelling north on Second Avenue and a Jeep (SUV) emerged from a stop sign on Cameron Street and T-boned the Sunfire.

RCMP said the jeep was going straight ahead (east) and added no injuries were sustained and that the intersection has been cleared. One of the vehicles was driveable following the collision and the other wasn’t.

 

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