An accident on First Avenue Tuesday morning slowed traffic in the downtown core. The police car, pictured on the tow truck, was not involved in the accident. / Kevin Mills Photo

Slippery road conditions plague Mission drivers

Tuesday mornings snowfall is creating a challenge for motorists

Tuesday morning’s snowfall has made roads slippery in Mission.

Mission RCMP as well as tow trucks have been kept busy as several minor accidents have occurred.

At about 9:20 this morning a fender bender on First Avenue, by James Street, slowed traffic in the downtown core.

Motorists are reminded to leave extra room between vehicles when driving in the slippery conditions.

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