People needed to add time to their Saskatoon commute Thursday morning as a thick fog blanketed the city and surrounding areas.
The fog could be to blame for a crash on Highway 16 east of the city at the main intersection with Clavet.
“Maybe a hundred yards at tops, of vision of the cars approaching,” said one caller into News Talk 650 CKOM of the fog, saying the crash involved several vehicles.
At least one car was in the ditch, which means traffic in and out of that area was backed up.
Another separate accident is slowing traffic into the city, north of Saskatoon at Highway 11 before Warman. In that crash, a minivan and two trucks were involved causing massive delays by the Pioneer building.
People driving by the scene said the fog was so thick it’s even difficult to see the brake lights of the people stopped at the accident.
With all of these accidents, there is no word yet on injuries.