A vehicle left Sooke Road at Colwood Corners Monday morning. (Aaron Guillen/News Staff)

UPDATE: Traffic moving again after crash at Colwood Corners

Morning commute stalled after vehicle leaves Sooke Road

Traffic is moving again on Sooke Road after an earlier two-vehicle crash at Colwood Corners caused delays for morning commuters.

According to West Shore RCMP’s watch commander, one of the vehicles went off the roadway and into someone’s yard. Traffic was down to one lane in both directions.

West Shore RCMP determined the crash was caused when a vehicle turned suddenly in front of a vehicle travelling in an eastbound lane.

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Capt. Bryan Erwin with Colwood Fire Rescue said both vehicles in the crash sustained “significant damage” and the occupants were transported to hospital with minor injuries.

Both vehicles were towed from the scene as they could not be driven.


 

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