Road conditions were poor, leading to the big-rig hitting the ditch. (Kevin Sabo/Castor Advance)

Road conditions were poor, leading to the big-rig hitting the ditch. (Kevin Sabo/Castor Advance)

Wind and snow continue to play havoc on central Alberta roads

Blustery conditions continue to play havoc on central Alberta roads.

Around 9:35 a.m. on March 10 Coronation RCMP and Castor Volunteer Fire Rescue were dispatched to a big-rig jack-knifed on Highway 12 just outside of the Hamlet of Fleet.

There were no reported injuries.

Traffic in the area is reduced to one lane and visibility is at time poor.

RCMP members on scene are estimating the road will not be fully opened again at least 12:15 p.m.

Any motorists hitting the highways are advised to drive with caution.

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Traffic on Highway 12 was reduced to one lane for several hours on Mar. 10. (Kevin Sabo/Castor Advance)

Traffic on Highway 12 was reduced to one lane for several hours on Mar. 10. (Kevin Sabo/Castor Advance)