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Dangerous highway conditions expected

The RCMP is warning drivers about zero visibility on several Manitoba highways tonight.

They include Highway 16 from Foxwarren to the Saskatchewan border, Highway 45 from Russell to Oakburn, and Highway 83 from Russell to Roblin.

Police warn delayed response times to emergencies on highways may occur and driving conditions can change suddenly. They recommend extra caution, reduced speed and greater distances between vehicles for those who choose to drive tonight.

For current conditions, phone 511 or go to mb511.ca

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The RCMP is warning drivers about zero visibility on several Manitoba highways tonight.

They include Highway 16 from Foxwarren to the Saskatchewan border, Highway 45 from Russell to Oakburn, and Highway 83 from Russell to Roblin.

Police warn delayed response times to emergencies on highways may occur and driving conditions can change suddenly. They recommend extra caution, reduced speed and greater distances between vehicles for those who choose to drive tonight.

For current conditions, phone 511 or go to mb511.ca

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