Saanich emergency crews are responding to a motor vehicle incident on the 1200 block of Lansdowne Rd. (Devon Bidal/News Staff)

UPDATED: Saanich emergency crews respond to T-bone crash near Landsdowne school

One person sustained minor injuries, both cars were damaged

Emergency crews responded to a motor vehicle incident on the 1700-block of Lansdowne Road in Saanich on Wednesday afternoon.

Saanich Fire, Saanich police and the BC Ambulance Service responded to what appears to be a T-bone crash near Lansdowne Middle School and Service Street just before 1 p.m.

The eastbound lane on Lansdowne Road was closed and vehicles were moving in a single lane until crews were able to clear the cars off the road.

Saanich police say that only one person sustained minor injuries and no one was transported to hospital. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

READ ALSO: B.C. police watchdog investigating high-speed crash in Victoria


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