Blue Sky | Jan 9, 2013 | 8:47

Semi driver talks bad weather driving

Glen Morrison is with the Saskatchewan Trucking Association and he's seen his share of accidents. We spoke with him about the terrible weather this week in Saskatchewan and how truckers are trained to navigate bad roads.

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