Crash closes highway headed west out of Keremeos

A two vehicle collision at the west edge of Keremeos has closed the highway. Traffic is being rerouted.

A collision between a blue Carolla and a green van has closed the Highway west of town. The collision occurred at the intersection of Boundary Road and Highway 3 just after 1 p.m.

No major injuries were reported at the scene of a crash involving blue Carolla and green van at the intersection of Highway 3 and Boundary Road in Keremeos.

The collision occurred just after 1 p.m. It’s unknown at this time what caused the crash.

Four occupants were travelling in the blue Carolla at the time of the collision. Front airbags in that vehicle were deployed. The green van had flipped onto its roof as a result of the crash and came to rest in a nearby orchard. The 50 km/h sign at the edge of the roadway was hit in the collision and is now bent.

The Review will update this story as more information becomes available or check out Thursday’s newsprint copy of the paper.


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