UPDATE: Semi and SUV avoid collision on Highway 97 near Vernon

Emergency crews were waved off to the scene

Update: 10:05 a.m.

Emergency crews have been waved off after reports clarified the reported incident was, in fact, a near miss in which the SUV swerved out of the semi’s way.

A reporter on the scene confirmed that no crash had occurred.

Original

Emergency crews are responding to a crash on Highway 97 at Crystal Waters.

Initial reports indicate that a red SUV has collided with a semi-trailer.

It’s unclear which direction the incident occurred.

A reporter is headed to the scene. More to come.

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