On Monday, March 29, a massive crash involving between 50 and 70 cars has blocked the Trans-Canada Highway and diverted traffic.\nThe crash took place in southeast Alberta just outside of Brooks around 8 a.m.\nEditor's Choice: Parts Of Alberta Got A Huge Dump Of Snow While Others Went Up In Flames On Sunday\n\nWB Hwy1 at RR 142, east of Brooks, CLOSED due to MVC involving several vehicles. Emergency crews on scene. Traffic being diverted onto Highway 1A. RCMP advising against non-essential travel at this time. (8:29am) #ABRoads— 511 Alberta (@511Alberta) March 29, 2021\n\nAccording to The Sun, the cause of the crash isn't yet known, but visibility was poor in the area and road conditions were especially awful. \nAlberta received a massive dump of snow on Sunday and wind gusts continued into Monday, making it really difficult to see.\nWhile traffic is being redirected, this part of the Trans-Canada Highway is expected to be at a standstill for a while.