Police seek driver who knocked over light post

Police are still looking for the driver who crashed a truck and left it blocking part of the road Friday.

Police are still looking for the driver who crashed a truck and left it blocking part of the road Friday.

On June 29, shortly after 3 a.m., Whitehorse RCMP, Whitehorse Fire Department and ATCO Electric were called to a single vehicle collision on Hamilton Boulevard.

According to a witness, a truck appeared to have struck and knocked over a light post.

The truck was in a ditch, but the trailer it was pulling was still up on the road and blocking part of the way.

The light post was also across the road.

The driver of the truck was gone.

Police say they don’t know if alcohol was a factor in this case.

They are still investigating and ask anyone with information to contact Whitehorse RCMP at 867-667-5555.

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