South Cariboo driver hits four cows due to fog

The RCMP’s investigation is ongoing

Better moo-ove out of the way, Buttercup.

The fog was so thick one morning northeast of 100 Mile House that one driver hit as many as four cows because of the lack of visibility.

Mounties were called to the site one of crash just outside of Canim Lake at around 6:45 a.m. on Friday.

The driver, unhurt, said it had been impossible to see clearly, and the cattle’s owner was called to help.

Another vehicle was discovered to have hit a cow earlier that morning.


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