Leduc RCMP on scene of a vehicle fire

Sec Hwy #616 between Sec Hwy #822 and RR 224 blocked by burning vehicle: police

Leduc-area motorists planning to use Sec Hwy #616 between Sec Hwy #822 and RR 224 should plan otherwise, as a vehicle is on fire according to police.

According to a press release from Leduc RCMP Monday, May 13 about 3:50 p.m., “Leduc RCMP are currently on scene of a vehicle fire on Highway 616 in Leduc County.

“A semi hauling hay bails has caught on fire and traffic is being re-routed.

“The highway is closed between Highway 822 and Range Road 224 and is expected to be closed for several hours.

“A further announcement will be made once the road is re-open to traffic.”

Stu.salkeld@pipestoneflyer.ca

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