A crash at the bottom of hospital hill slows traffic coming into Vernon Wednesday morning.

Incident slows traffic

Traffic coming into Vernon, down hospital hill, is reduced to one-lane as RCMP investigate an incident

Traffic coming into Vernon, down hospital hill, is reduced to one-lane as RCMP investigate an incident.

A chevy pickup, with considerable front-end damage, was the subject of RCMP attention, as it was parked at the bottom of the hill on 32nd Street just before the 25th Avenue intersection

Motorists can still get through, but are reduced to one-lane going straight through the lights at 32nd Street and 25th Avenue. Motorists turning left or right onto 25th Avenue can still do so.

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