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Vernon MVA investigated

Police continue to investigate a two-vehicle accident in Vernon.

A white Nissan pickup truck collided with a logging truck at about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday at 35th Avenue and 32nd Street.

“The Nissan sustained significant front-end damage,” said Gord Molendyk, RCMP spokesperson.

It’s alleged the incident occurred when the eastbound Nissan didn’t stop at a stop sign on 35th Avenue and struck the passenger side of the logging truck on 32nd Street.

There were no substantial injuries among the driver and passengers of the Nissan.

The investigation remains underway.

“Officers are investigating the possibility of alcohol,” said Molendyk.

 

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