A vehicle left the road on its way to Kitamaat Village road on Sunday, December 17. Neither the driver and passenger, nor the family pet, were injured in the accident. Photo Gerry Leibel

No injuries in Kitamaat Village road crash

By Gerry Leibel

 

A vehicle left the road on its way to Kitamaat Village road on Sunday, December 17. Neither the driver and passenger, nor the family pet, were injured in the accident. Photo Gerry Leibel

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