The area is now clear at the intersection where Pandora Avenue meets Johnson and Begbie Streets after a two- car collision involving three people occurred.
When emergency crews arrived one car was in the intersection while a van was flipped onto its side on Pandora Avenue.
A witness to the crash said she’d been waiting to cross the street when the crash happened.
“I was waiting at the red light to cross and the black vehicle went right through the red light, no stopping and hit the grey vehicle over there,” said Andrea Goldthrope. “It hit the front end of the grey car, it flipped completely over. “
Luckily, it appears there are no major injuries in this morning’s dramatic roll over at the intersection where Pandora, Johnston and Begbie meet. Two were extracted from the van/SUV through the sunroof but were able to walk to nearby stretchers. #yyjtraffic @VictoriaNews pic.twitter.com/D735fYokE2— Keri Coles (@KeriColesPhotog) February 15, 2019
Victoria Police said no one was seriously injured.
“There were two drivers involved, one passenger. The driver and passenger who were in the vehicle that rolled over both went to hospital, their injuries are still being assessed, they both walked out of the vehicle fine,” said VicPD Const. Mitch MacKinnon. “The other driver of the other vehicle is fine.”
Stay clear of intersection where Pandora, Johnson and Begbie meet. A MVI has left a vehicle in the Pandora/Johnson intersection and a van on its side on Pandora. Traffic being rerouted around area. #YYJTraffic pic.twitter.com/lGo2Sfgb0f— Keri Coles (@KeriColesPhotog) February 15, 2019
The two people taken to hospital were pulled through the sunroof of the van by crew members of the Victoria Fire Department.