High-centered semi coming out of Landmark Sign Ltd. (Photo contributed)

Traffic flowing on Sooke Road after earlier incident in Langford

Single vehicle incident involving a semi causes delays early Wednesday afternoon

A semi truck high-centered itself on Sooke and Glenshire roads in Langford early Wednesday afternoon.

The truck was coming out of Landmark Sign Ltd. on Glenshire Road, turning right onto Sooke Road. The driver took the corner too sharply and the back wheels drove onto an embankment causing the truck to tilt.

To right the truck, another semi was used to pull it back onto Glenshire Road.

No one was injured, but there were some delays in either direction on Sooke Road.

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