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Icy road blamed for morning accident

No one was injured in a single-vehicle accident on Green Mountain Road Wednesday morning when this westbound Jeep with three people inside slid off the icy road and wound up on its side in the creek. Fire, police and ambulance crews responded to the incident which happened just after 8 a.m. on a corner several kilometres past West Hills Drive turnoff.   - Mark Brett/Western News
No one was injured in a single-vehicle accident on Green Mountain Road Wednesday morning when this westbound Jeep with three people inside slid off the icy road and wound up on its side in the creek. Fire, police and ambulance crews responded to the incident which happened just after 8 a.m. on a corner several kilometres past West Hills Drive turnoff.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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