Man survives collision with a snowplow east of Prince George

A driver is lucky to have walked away after surviving a snowplow accident east of Prince George.

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On Nov. 27 Dave Landine was driving slowly through terrible road conditions on Highway 16 close to McBride near the Goat River chain off area.

That’s when a snowplow in the other lane lost control and crossed the center line and crashed into Landine’s vehicle.

The whole incident was captured on a dashcam video.

Landine says he walked away with bruises, a sore body and broke a few teeth.

He added that he is “very, very lucky” to be alive.

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