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Breaking: County warns to avoid driving on local gravel roads unless absolutely necessary

Current gravel road driving conditions are being deemed dangereous by the County of Wetaskiwin.

May 22, 2020 — Breaking: The County of Wetaskiwin are advising residents to avoid driving on local gravel roads unless absolutely necessary.

Heavy rain has created dangereous driving conditions with overland flooding and deep muddy ruts.

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