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More than 200 crashes reported as wintry weather returns to Calgary

BY Connect News, Dec 8, 2023 7:15 PM - REPORT AN ERROR

According to the police, people have been injured in 13 out of 200 crashes (Photo :The Canadian Press)

More than 200 crashes have occurred from last night to this morning due to Thursday night's snow fall in Calgary. Due to the storm, the drivers had to face a lot of trouble.

According to the police, people have been injured in 13 out of 200 crashes.They said that 6 crashes took place this morning, out of which injuries were reported during one of the accidents.

Due to slippery roads, control over vehicles is reduced. According to city officials, they have ordered more crews and 60 trucks to remove snow from the roads. Snow removal is being done with the help of roller coaster.People are warned that it may take them longer to drive. People going out of the city to the mountains may face trouble on the road.

It should be noted that one lane on the Trans-Canada Highway is clear while the other lane is still covered in snow, and visibility is not good. Therefore, travel should be avoided if not necessary.

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