Southbound lane of Silver Star Road re-opens after rollover

Single vehicle rollover on mountain road, no injuries

BX Swan Lake Fire Department is on scene for a vehicle rollover on Silver Star Road near Aspen Road on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019. (Google)

Emergency responders are on scene on Silver Star Road near Aspen Road for a vehicle rollover.

BX Swan Lake Fire Department members are in the 8000 block of Silver Star Road and report the southbound lane is blocked off. The road re-opened just after 2:30 p.m. after the road was cleared by a tow truck.

The vehicle’s lone occupant was able to get out of the vehicle and is now in the care of BC Ambulance Services.

Following a checkup with emergency responders, the patient was cleared with no injuries and is awaiting a tow truck.

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