Driver injured in three-vehicle collision

An Alberta resident was taken to hospital with head injuries after their vehicle collided with two oncoming pickup trucks with horse trailers.

  • Aug. 10, 2011 7:00 p.m.

An Alberta resident was taken to hospital with head injuries after their vehicle collided with two oncoming pickup trucks with horse trailers.

The incident occurred on the Trans-Canada Highway, 10 kilometres west of Sicamous, on Sunday, July 7, at approximately 3:20 p.m.

Police say the Alberta driver had crossed the centre lane, striking the two trucks with trailers. The Albertan was transported to Shuswap General Hospital, as was the driver of one of the trucks for treatment of minor injuries.

 

RCMP are investigating the collision to determine if charges will be laid.

 

 

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