A dark grey Infiniti G37 was driving on the highway towards Prince Rupert when it hit a silver Subaru Impreza turning out from Canadian Tire. (Natalia Balcerzak photo)

Highway 16 reopened in Terrace following two-vehicle collision

No injuries reported from the crash outside Canadian Tire

No one is injured after a two-vehicle collision on Hwy 16 Tuesday afternoon in Terrace.

A dark grey Infiniti G37 was driving on the highway towards Prince Rupert when it hit a silver Subaru Impreza turning out westbound from Canadian Tire around 1 p.m.

Police say the turnout from Canadian Tire is a frequent blind spot for drivers and collisions have happened there before.

The highway had been shut down for cleanup as paramedics and police were on scene. It was reopened within the hour.


 


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