Rain, snow make roads slick in southern Sask.
Emergency crews respond to a crash involving three vehicles Wednesday at the Pilot Butte turnoff on the Trans-Canada Highway.
Published Wednesday, January 16, 2013 8:51AM CST
Rain and snow have made for slippery driving conditions on roads across southern Saskatchewan.
Emergency crews responded to a crash involving three vehicles at the Pilot Butte turnoff on the Trans-Canada Highway on Wednesday morning.
RCMP are warning against travel on Highway 1 near Indian Head. They say there is snow-covered glare ice and poor visibility on that stretch of the highway.
The Highway Hotline is reporting ice-covered sections on Highway 11 north of Regina and slippery conditions on roads across the southern part of the province.