A white SUV was also involved in the incident on Oct. 12, but the occupants were unharmed. Karen Powell photo

UPDATE: Chip truck overturned on Maple Drive near Plywood Hill

Truck driver sustained minor injuries; other vehicle involved had no damage

UPDATE:

Quesnel RCMP’s Sgt. Riddle has confirmed the driver of the chip truck sustained only minor injuries.

Another vehicle was involved in the incident. A white SUV sustained no damage, says Sgt. Riddle, and the occupants were unharmed.

The truck was removed from the road within 24 hours.

ORIGINAL STORY:

Quesnel RCMP, ambulance and the Quesnel Volunteer Fire Department are responding to a serious motor vehicle incident near the intersection of Maple Drive and Plywood Hill this evening (Oct. 12). The call came just after 6 p.m.

A chip truck has overturned and motorists are being asked to avoid the area if possible.

Personnel at the scene have confirmed the driver of the truck did not sustain serious injuries.

More to come.



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