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Multi-vehicle incident on Sooke Road causing traffic delays

Sooke, Metchosin fire crews responding to m

Emergency crews are responding to a Saturday afternoon collision on Sooke Road.

Just after 4 p.m. on June 13, Metchosin Fire Chief Stephanie Dunlop announced via Twitter that fire crews from both Metchosin and Sooke were attending the scene of an incident in the 4900-block of Sooke Road.

Dunlop noted that the collision involved multiple vehicles and added that drivers can expect delays in the area and should “proceed with caution.”

READ ALSO: Motor vehicle incident closes northbound lanes on Malahat

More to come.


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