It was a lethal finish to November and begin to December on B.C.’s highways as six individuals have died in crashes.

B.C. RCMP Visitors Companies say the primary crash occurred on Thursday, Nov. 29 in Chetwynd on Freeway 29 close to Jackfish Lake Highway. It seems a Ford F150 pickup with two males inside left the freeway. The motive force of the pickup was ejected and was discovered deceased on the scene.

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Chetwynd RCMP has not dominated out alcohol as an element within the crash. The passenger within the truck sustained minor accidents.

On Friday, Nov. 30, round 10:25 a.m., a two-vehicle crash in Lytton left the motive force of a Ford Fusion lifeless after being rushed to hospital.

Police say the crash occurred on Freeway 1 at Most important Avenue when the lone feminine driver pulled out onto the freeway in entrance of a pickup truck.

Police say it seems driver error was the reason for the collision. The male driver of the pickup truck sustained minor accidents.


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On Saturday, Dec. 1, at roughly 6:35 p.m., North Vancouver RCMP had been known as to a three-vehicle collision on Freeway 1 at Mountain Freeway.

It was reported {that a} westbound automobile on Freeway 1 veered into the oncoming lanes and collided with an eastbound pickup truck and one other automotive that had been following.  The lone male driver of the westbound automobile died because of his accidents.

The occupants of the opposite autos sustained non-life-threatening accidents.

The reason for this incident stays underneath investigation.


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On Sunday, Dec. 2, a girl died in a crash on Freeway 99 close to Probability Creek Forest Service Highway, roughly 30 kilometres north of Squamish.

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She was driving a northbound Subaru when police say it seems she crossed the centre line and collided with two southbound autos round 11:50 a.m.

She was deceased on the scene and the occupants within the different autos acquired minor, non-life-threatening accidents.

Sea to Sky Visitors Companies say the reason for the crash stays underneath investigation however street and climate circumstances on the time had been reported nearly as good.

On social media, the sufferer within the crash has been recognized as 24-year-old Bekah Mann.

Her sister, Pleasure, posted on Fb saying, “I like you and wish you to know I’m pleased with the lady you’ve turn out to be. I want you knew how many individuals cherished and cared about you.”

A GoFundMe has additionally been set as much as increase cash for Mann’s ultimate want to be “buried in a bio urn that can develop right into a tall and majestic tree” reads the GoFundMe.


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Additionally on Sunday, at roughly 4:10 p.m. a head-on collision occurred on Freeway 1, roughly 15 kilometres west of Salmon Arm.

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Upon arrival, it was decided that an eastbound Ford pickup truck crossed the centre line and collided head-on with a westbound Chevrolet pickup truck.  Two different westbound autos had been caught up within the collision.

The lone male driver of the Ford pickup was deceased on the scene.

Trans Canada East Visitors Companies (Golden) says alcohol has not been dominated out as a contributing issue within the collision.

On Monday, Dec. 3, at roughly 1 a.m., a driver of a pickup truck died in a head-on crash on Freeway 97 close to Buckhorn Lake Highway, on Freeway 97 south of Prince George.

North District Visitors Companies (Prince George) decided a northbound Ford F150 with three individuals inside crossed the centre line and collided head-on with the semi-truck.

The remaining occupants of the Ford and the motive force of the semi-truck had been taken to hospital with non-life-threatening accidents.

The reason for the crash stays underneath investigation.

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