BC Almanac | Nov 22, 2012 | 18:35

Highways thru Hell: the Coquihalla and others in winter

Jamie Davis of Jamie Davis Heavy Rescue on the treacherous driving conditions on some parts of the Coquihalla and other BC highways in response to last night's accident. Steve Wallace, driving instructor, weighs in as well.

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