A two-vehicle crash results in a hydro pole coming down Wednesday morning in James Bay. (Keri Coles/News staff)

TRAFFIC ALERT: Crash at Montreal and Superior causes traffic disruptions

Two people sent to hospital with minor injuries

Traffic disruptions are expected in James Bay after a two-vehicle crash severed a hydro pole shortly before 10 a.m. Wednesday, sending two people to hospital.

Police are still investigating the cause of the crash but noted it appears one vehicle failed to stop at the stop sign. Both drivers were taken to hospital as a precaution with minor injuries.

VicPD is asking the public to stay clear of the area around the intersection at Superior and Montreal streets and expects there will be some traffic delays for the next few hours while repairs are made.

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VicPD advise the public to stay clear of the area around the intersection at Superior and Montreal Streets. (Google Maps)

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