Mackenzie Avenue is currently closed at Comer Street due to a vehicle incident. Photo submitted

Vehicle collision closes Mackenzie Avenue Wednesday afternoon

Emergency crews respond

UPDATE: The Tribune has contacted police for more info however they said they were to busy to provide any information. Mackenzie Avenue has since been cleared of the incident.

Original story:

Emergency crews are on scene of a vehicle incident on Mackenzie Avenue at Maple Street.

Witnesses have told the Tribune multiple RCMP have responded to the collision as well as fire crews and EHS.

At 1:05 p.m. traffic was being redirected and a portion of Mackenzie Avenue was closed.


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