RCMP say they are dealing with numerous crashes west of Winnipeg Monday.
One crash blocked the westbound lanes of the Trans Canada highway, about halfway between Headingley and Elie.
A witness tells 680 CJOB that a truck rolled over just before 7:30 a.m.
One person suffered a minor injury.
RCMP said they were dealing with more than one crash on the Trans Canada Monday.
“It sounded like four at this moment, I just talked to our dispatch,” RCMP spokesperson Tara Seel told 680CJOB.
“We’re seeing some other collisions in Manitoba but nothing like we’re seeing on the No. 1 right now.”
All four are separate incidents, said Seel, noting that the highway is in “extremely poor” condition.
“We’re seeing icy, slushy, low visibility.”
Southern Manitoba is currently being hit by a spring storm that will bring up to 25 cm of precipitation in some areas.
While no roads in southern Manitoba had been closed Monday, there were numerous reports of slush-covered areas and slippery sections at the Manitoba Highways site map.