Robson Valley Regional RCMP Police report

Damage to driver side of Honda Civic involved in collision with semi-tractor trailer December 18.
Damage to driver side of Honda Civic involved in collision with semi-tractor trailer December 18.
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Submitted by Cpl. Jason NASH Robson Valley Regional RCMP
Valemount Detachment

On December 14, 2016 the Valemount RCMP received a report of a collision that occurred approximately 70km down the East Canoe Forest Service Road. The driver of the vehicle was injured in the incident and transported by a passerby to the McBride Hospital for treatment.

On December 18, 2016 Valemount RCMP received a report of a collision approximately 45km north of Blue River on Highway 5. The collision occurred between a semi-tractor trailer and Honda Civic, which was seen to have significant damage to the driver’s side. Further investigation concluded the Honda Civic crossed the center line into the path of the semi-tractor trailer making a collision unavoidable, and both subsequently side swiped. There were no injuries as a result of the collision, and visibility and road conditions were poor at the time.
On December 19, 2016 McBride RCMP were made aware of a rollover collision involving a logging truck. The trailer slid off of the roadway over an embankment, pulling the tractor with it.  The tractor tipped onto its side but did not slide further down the embankment. The driver and passenger were transported to the McBride Hospital with minor injuries and for further assessment. Further investigation determined poor weather and road conditions to be the primary cause of collision.
On December 19, 2016 McBride RCMP attended the scene of a collision on Highway 16 west of Goat River involving a Subaru Imprezza. The driver of the vehicle was not injured and informed he was going down a hill when he struck an icy patch causing the vehicle to spin, then proceed off of the road and roll onto its roof before coming to rest. Investigation into this matter continues.
Christmas is a time of year to catch up with friends and spend time with family. It is also a time to reflect on a year that was and look forward to the future. The Robson Valley Regional RCMP would like to extend holiday greetings to all, and ask everyone to put safety at the forefront and don’t drink and drive.

Merry Christmas!