A pick-up truck lays on its side after sliding off Highway 16 near the Bulkley River bridge. Ice was a factor in the incident which saw no injuries.

Watch out for ice today on Highway 16

The roads around Smithers are icy, as exampled with a pick-up truck which went off the Highway near the Bulkley River bridge.

  • Dec. 23, 2011 4:00 p.m.

No one was hurt when a pick-up truck slid off Highway 16 near the Bulkley River bridge this morning.

The truck’s owner, who was at the scene waiting for a tow truck, confirmed that icy roads were a factor in the incident.

Roads all around Smithers are extremely icy today, so use caution when on the road.

Drivebc.ca is warning of slippery conditions on Highway 16, effectively from Moricetown to Houston, and up towards Kitwanga and Terrace.

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