Vehicle rollover in Taylor

Emergency crews responded to a vehicle rollover in Taylor Tuesday evening.

Witnesses report the vehicle was heading north and hit a light standard and rolled. Family say neither speed, impairment, nor distracted driving were factors, and said the driver suffered no serious or fatal injuries. "He was working extremely long hours and was completely exhausted from work," they said in a statement.

Fort St. John RCMP could not be immediately reached.

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The highway is open, and crews were on scene earlier Tuesday evening to repair the light standard.

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.

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