JUNEAU (AP) -- Alaska Airlines resumed flights in Juneau Friday following days of delays caused by thick fog.
Alaska Airlines spokesman Jack Evans said the airline was able to fly six of 12 scheduled flights from Juneau on Thursday.
The fog contributed to a four-car accident involving six people Thursday morning.
Two people were treated at Bartlett Regional Hospital for minor injuries and released in good condition, the hospital said.
Bob Mosley, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, said the fog was breaking up Friday morning.
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