Car crashes into Saanich bus shelter

Two cars involved in crash

Crews were called to an unusual scene in Saanich Thursday night after a car crashed into a bus shelter near Quadra Street and Inverness Road.

Saanich fire said the crash occurred at 5:40 p.m. and left one person with minor injuries.

There were two cars in the crash, but it is unclear how the second vehicle was involved.

B.C. Transit, ambulance, Saanich Fire and Saanich Police responded.

The area is down to one lane while crews clear the shattered bus shelter.

More to come.

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