Kamloops truck driver says roads are dangerous

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These two images taken from Coquihalla Highway cameras show the conditions at the Great Bear Snowshed and the Summit (DriveBC.ca).
Listening in to Daybreak's conversation with Highways Minister Mary Polak was Mark Johnston.

He was a trucker for 33 years, but just got out of the business three weeks ago, partially due to stress from poor road conditions.

He disagrees with the minister, and says winter road maintenance is not what it should be.

Mark speaks with Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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