“Road conditions are deteriorating with poor visibility,” the Calgary Police Service posted on social media. “Please drive with caution and avoid this area.”
Calgary police shut down travel on southbound Stoney Trail between 96 Ave N.E. and McKnight Boulevard N.E. on Monday due to multi-car collisions.
The closure took effect just before noon, police did not say if anyone was injured.
The City of Calgary's transportation department noted a collision on the southbound portion of the eastern ring road after McKnight Boulevard and advised motorists to avoid the area.
The city also posted a social media notice of another collision in the southeastern part of the ring road: a two-vehicle incident on eastbound Stoney Trail approaching 88 Street S.E.
Southbound Stoney Trail is closed between 96 Avenue N.E. and McKnight Boulevard due to multi-car collisions.— Calgary Police (@CalgaryPolice) December 5, 2022
Road conditions are deteriorating with poor visibility, please drive with caution and avoid this area.
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