First responders help an injured motorcyclist after a collision involving three vehicles on the Pay Bay Highway, Wednesday. (Travis Paterson/News staff)

UPDATE: Pat Bay Highway traffic moving again after motorcyclist rear-ended

Three vehicle collision stalled traffic in southbound lane Wednesday shortly before 4 p.m.

Update: Wed. Oct. 17, 4:45 p.m.

Traffic along the Pay Bay Highway is moving again after a three vehicle collision closed the southbound lane just before 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Saanich Police and fire crews were on scene at the site of the crash where a motorcyclist was rear-ended and seen being lifted into a B.C. Ambulance.

Traffic in the northbound lane was also moving slowly and police were encouraging drivers to avoid the area if possible.


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