Persistent snow in Edmonton led to slick road conditions and more than 100 collisions reported to Edmonton Police Services on Tuesday.
Edmonton police spokesperson Carolin Maran said there were 111 collisions between 5 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Five collisions resulted in injury, 13 were hit and run collisions, and 93 involved property damage.
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Environment Canada says Edmonton can expect two centimetres of snow ending near midnight, with a low of -9 C.