With big snow dump coming, OPP warn drivers to 'stay alert, slow down, stay in control'

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After tackling 20 crashes, including one involving seven vehicles, in blowing snow last Friday, and with more white stuff on the way, Upper Ottawa Valley OPP is reminding motorists to adjust their driving to match winter conditions. “Stay alert, slow down, stay in control,” the detachment warned, adding that motorists must also fully clear their vehicles […]

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