3 vehicle accident closes one lane on Vernon’s 25th Avenue

The extent of injuries is unknown at this time

UPDATE: 10:18 a.m.

No major injuries were reported from a three-vehicle crash Monday morning.

A Chevy convertible, Dodge SUV and Chevy truck were involved in the incident, shortly after 8 a.m., at the intersection of 25th Avenue and 41st Street.

Detours were in effect for some motorists as crews worked to clear the scene.

READ MORE: Three-vehicle crash slows morning commute in Vernon

ORIGINAL:

RCMP, Vernon firefighters and BC Ambulance are on scene to a three-car multi-vehicle accident that has closed the right lane on 25th Avenue and 41st Street Monday morning.

A black SUV has its passenger side smashed in, meanwhile a white vehicle has its front end crumpled in.

There are no reports of injury at this time.

More information will come as it becomes available.


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