Icy conditions cause cars to slide off freeway in Abbotsford

About a dozen cars were involved Friday morning in the eastbound lanes from Mt. Lehman to No. 3 roads.

Icy conditions along Highway 1 in Abbotsford resulted in a roll-over near the McCallum Road exit.

Icy conditions resulted in several cars sliding off the road along Highway 1 in Abbotsford early Friday morning.

It is estimated that about a dozen cars were affected in the eastbound lanes between Mt. Lehman Road and No. 3 Road throughout the morning, starting at about 3 a.m. This included a roll-over at McCallum Road and a car in the median at Mt. Lehman.

The last incident took place at about 7 a.m., but clearing away the cars resulted in major back-ups along the freeway during the morning commute.

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