Snow flurries Sunday morning brought a flurry of accidents, primarily on a slick Trans-Canada Highway.
No drivers were hurt in what were primarily single-car accidents as vehicles slid off the highway.
"We had a bunch of fender-bender accidents. Nothing serious," said Staff Sergeant Dave Lucas. "There were six accidents."
In one case, a car ended up off the highway and beside the CP Rail tracks. Train service was temporarily shut down on the mainline.
Kamloops Fire & Rescue assistant chief Steve Kilmartin said crews responded to three motor vehicle accidents.
"They were all pretty minor."
There were a small number of accidents in other locations but the East Trans-Canada Highway was particularly slick. Lucas said the highway was a combination of snow and black ice.