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A logging truck nearly crashed into Jim
A logging truck nearly crashed into Jim's Refrigeration at the intersection of Victoria Road and Fourth Street Friday morning.
— image credit: Alex Cooper/Revelstoke Times Review

A logging truck nearly crashed into Jim's Refrigeration at the intersection of Victoria Road and Fourth Street Friday morning. The truck was turning left from Fourth onto Victoria when it skidded out and the trailer broke off. The load of logs tipped over, nearly smashing into Jim's Refrigeration. No one was hurt and crews were on scene to get the truck and the logs out of the way.

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