Saanich Police redirect traffic on Blenkinsop and Mount Doug Cross Road after a motorcycle incident on Dec. 17. (Wolfgang Depnar/News staff)

Motorcycle goes off road at Mount Doug intersection, traffic redirected

Incident happened early Monday, Dec. 17

A motorcycle hit a telephone pole in Saanich early Monday morning.

The driver, in his 20s, was not taken to the hospital following the crash at roughly 7:30 a.m.

Saanich Police redirected traffic at Blenkinsop and Mount Douglas crossroad until the debris had been cleaned up. They point to slick road conditions as a potential cause of the crash.

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