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Brodie Harmsen (foreground) and father Mike Harmsen dig out their family member
Brodie Harmsen (foreground) and father Mike Harmsen dig out their family member's car while waiting for a tow truck to arrive Tuesday morning after the vehicle went into a ditch on Prest Road Monday night.
— image credit: JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS

Above, Brodie Harmsen (foreground) and father Mike Harmsen dig out their family member's car while waiting for a tow truck to arrive Tuesday morning after the vehicle went into a ditch on Prest Road Monday night.

In situations like this, car owners are responsible for removing the snow and making their vehicle accessible so tow truck drivers can remove the vehicle.

This stretch of country road, plus others in the area, was a common place for snow drifts and blowing wind.

This was just one of a number of vehicles that went off Chilliwack's roads during the recent snowstorm.

Read more online about Chilliwack's snowstorm.

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