Failure to yield cited as the cause for two vehicle incident on Veterans Memorial Parkway and Kelly Road

Two vehicle collsion on Veterans Memorial Parkway near Langford Parkway

Southbound lanes are blocked off as crew clear the scene

Fire and Westshore RCMP responded to a two vehicle collsion on Veterans Memorial Parkway near Langford Parkway this morning.

Southbound lanes were blocked off as clean up crews worked to clear the roadway.

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Cst. Benji Bartley said a car turning left onto Veterans failed to yield to a van travelling southbound.

The driver of the van was taken to hospital with minor injuries, he said.

swikar.oli@goldstreamgazette.com


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