A four-vehicle crash on the Trans-Canada Highway west of MacGregor caused minor injuries on Friday.
The chain-reaction crash happened at around 12:30 p.m. when RCMP say one of the drivers was following a lead vehicle too closely. The driver was blinded by the snow being dusted up by the vehicle in front and collided into the back, with two other vehicles following.
Two people were taken to hospital as a precautionary measure with minor injuries.
RCMP are reminding motorists to drive at reduced speeds in slippery conditions, use steady and precise movements and increase their distance between other vehicles.