Logging truck rolls on slippery roads outside Quesnel

The driver was unharmed

A logging truck driver escaped serious injury when his truck took a slippery turn at the junction of Ernst, Marsh and Camille Roads near Quesnel on Thursday morning, Dec. 28. Emergency Services responded to the scene.

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