[UPDATED] The 46-year-old driver of an SUV involved in a crash near Camosun College on Thursday night has been ticketed for failing to proceed safely after stopping for a stop sign.
It took emergency crews about 30 minutes to remove the woman from the SUV. She was taken to hospital by B.C. Ambulance with non-life-threatening injuries.
The crash, which involved two other cars, happened about 6 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Henderson and Lansdowne roads, near Camosun College.
According to Oak Bay police, the SUV driver stopped at a stop sign on Henderson Road, then drove across the path of a car on Lansdowne Road. The SUV spun and flipped, landing on the front end of a third vehicle.
Two people were taken to hospital. Oak Bay police said the injuries were not serious.
All three vehicles were damaged extensively.
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A woman trapped inside a rolled SUV after a crash near Camosun College was stable and conscious at the scene, said Oak Bay Assistant Fire Chief Cam Thomson on Thursday evening.
Hydraulic rescue tools were used to free the woman from her vehicle.
She was taken to hospital by B.C. Ambulance with undetermined injuries.
The crash, which involved two other cars, took place about 6 p.m. at the intersection of Henderson and Lansdowne roads, near the Camosun College Lansdowne campus in Oak Bay.
Police, fire and ambulance crews attended.
Saanich police collision reconstruction experts assisted with the investigation.
[Map shows approximate location of accident]
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