Don’t be fooled by thermometer

Anywhere near the freezing mark - requires heightened caution

  • Dec. 16, 2013 7:00 a.m.

A road better suited for skating than driving undoubedly played a large role in Monday morning incident in Robson.

Keeping one’s footing and remaining vertical took patience and discipline while crossing Broadwater Road for a look at a single-vehicle mishap on the warm (right around the zero mark) morning of Dec. 16.

The good news, from police on the scene, was that the lone occupant (a male) walked away. He did, however, go for some medical attention to be on the safe side.

The message, again, is to never think it can’t happen, and take appropriate precautions.

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