FORT LAWRENCE, N.S. – A 61-year-old man is dead after a vehicle's two-wheeled vehicle on Highway 104 on the Exit 1A border on the Nova Scotia-Nova Scotia border.
When it was recently published by the RCMP, the man's death was found to be the seat of a driver's vehicle when he collided with a tractor trailer.
Initial investigations indicate the vehicle that drives men who hit the vehicle tractor. No one was injured.
The east side of the 104 freeway is closed to traffic while traffic analysts crash. Traffic was being crashed around the Highway 970 New Brunswick via Highway 366 Tidnish.
The western road of the highway was not damaged.