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Regina blizzard news: collision on bypass, snow routes declared

Declaration of snow routes by city following blizzard that hit Regina overnight; Regina Bypass closed due to collision
This was the scene on the Regina Bypass as emergency crews responded to a collision involving multiple semi trailers March 11.

REGINA - Here are some news updates on the blizzard conditions that impacted Regina overnight.


As expected, the City of Regina has declared snow routes in effect as of Sunday morning.

The news comes following the blizzard that arrived in Regina overnight. Snow routes mean no on-street parking along the identified routes for a 24-hour period, to allow crews to plow roads from curb to curb. 

Effective 6 a.m. Sunday, March 12 there is no parking along the snow route until 6 a.m. Monday, March 13. Snow routes are identified with blue signs with a white snowflake. Vehicles remaining parked on the snow route during the temporary parking ban will be ticketed. 


In related news, Regina Police report that Regina Fire, EMS and RCMP were on scene this morning of a major collision on the Regina Bypass between Hwy 33 and Hwy 6 involving multiple semi trailers.

One person was extricated and transported to hospital. Police are urging drivers to stay off the highways and obey all road closures during the storm.


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