RCMP Report: Domestic disturbance

Clearwater RCMP was advised of a 911 call reporting a fight between a male and female – both known to police

  • Nov. 15, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Clearwater RCMP was advised of a 911 call reporting a fight between a male and female – both known to police from numerous police interactions.

Police and BC Ambulance attended. The male was treated at the local hospital; the female refused medical attention.

The male was arrested for assault and for breaching a condition that he not possess or consume alcohol from a previous Clearwater police file.

Police are still investigating the incident to see if charges are warranted against the female and another male who was also involved in the altercation.


Single vehicle collision

Clearwater RCMP was advised of a single vehicle collision on Highway 24 / 93 Mile brake check near Little Fort.

It was reported that a Toyota was down in the ditch, there were no injuries and a tow was en route from Bridge Lake Towing.

Snowy and slippery conditions caused the driver to lose control of the vehicle.


Tractor-trailer collision

Clearwater RCMP received a report of a semi-truck blocking Highway 5 near Blue River.

Police responded and located the single vehicle collision on Highway 5 approximately 24 km north of the Avola.

The driver reported that they had been southbound on their way to Vancouver when he lost control in the slush on the highway, causing the unit to jack-knife and go off road left into the ditch and against a rock face.

There were two occupants in the semi. Both were uninjured in the crash.


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