Traffic was delayed by two separate collisions on Highway 15 and Highway 21.
A pickup truck rolled over on Highway 21 southbound, just outside of Fort Saskatchewan on Friday morning (Feb.16).
"At 7:20 a.m. fire services were dispatched... just into Strathcona County," said Fort Saskatchewan fire chief Shawn McKerry.
A single fire engine, ambulance and RCMP were on scene. Things cleared up before 9 a.m.
There were no injuries.
Traffic was also affected by a motor vehicle collision on Highway 15 (Manning) northbound near the jail.
No world yet if there were any injuries in that incident.

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