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A man traveling east bound on a motorcycle collided with a truck and camper unit on Monday morning. The man was talking to RCMP members and paramedics on the scene, while on the stretcher. The incident, although not fatal, was just one of many traffic collisions that have happened on local highways over the past week.   - Jessica Peters/ Observer
A man traveling east bound on a motorcycle collided with a truck and camper unit on Monday morning. The man was talking to RCMP members and paramedics on the scene, while on the stretcher. The incident, although not fatal, was just one of many traffic collisions that have happened on local highways over the past week.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

 

A man traveling east bound on a motorcycle collided with a truck and camper unit on Monday morning. The man was talking to RCMP members and paramedics on the scene, while on the stretcher. The incident, although not fatal, was just one of many traffic collisions that have happened on local highways over the past week.

Jessica Peters/ Observer

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