With recent snow, RCMP respond to six minor collisions – Ladysmith Police Briefs

The Ladysmith RCMP responded to 45 calls for service from Dec. 14-19, including six minor motor vehicle collisions with the recent snow.

The Ladysmith RCMP Detachment responded to 45 calls for service over the past seven days.

With the recent snow, the Ladysmith Detachment has been busy with six minor motor vehicle collisions.

In addition, the Ladysmith RCMP responded to five false alarm calls this week. There was only one property-related file in which a dog was believed to have been stolen. The Ladysmith RCMP have also been busy dealing with a variety of calls for service from individuals struggling with emotional concerns over the holiday season.

Residents are reminded to use caution on the roadway during the holiday season and to avoid drinking and driving. The police will continue to actively conduct check stops and enforce the impaired driving laws in the area, and they want everyone to arrive at their destination safe.

The Ladysmith RCMP wish all residents of the Ladysmith area a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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