Emergency crews were called to the scene of a rollover south of Ponoka on Highway 2 Dec. 2. Here members of the Ponoka County East District Fire Department inspect the vehicle. There were minor injuries in the incident. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

WATCH: Collision on icy roads near Ponoka

Believed minor injuries in rollover on Highway 2 south of Ponoka

There were minor injuries in a rollover south of Ponoka Saturday night.

Emergency crews were called to the scene on Highway 2 after a vehicle rolled several times, which is believed to have been caused by icy road conditions.

The incident occurred around 7 p.m. just south of the Matejka Road exit on Highway 2 after a northbound vehicle hit the median then rolled.

At the time the roads were icy from snowfall earlier in the day. It is believed there were two occupants of the vehicle who suffered minor injuries out of the incident.

Along with EMS and RCMP the Ponoka County East District Fire Department was called to the scene.

More to come.

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