The driver of a dump truck causes three-car fender-bender heading north on Jacklin Road. (Courtesy of Marc Belanger/Facebook)

Dump truck driver triggers three-car crash in Langford

UPDATE A driver of a dump truck caused a three-car fender-bender on Jacklin Road on Feb. 24

Six people were injured in in a three-car crash Monday morning in Langford.

RCMP say the driver of a dump truck was heading northbound on Jacklin Road near Langford Parkway when they crashed into the back of a vehicle, causing it to hit the car ahead of it which resulted in a three-car pile-up. Const. Nancy Saggar, media for West Shore Police, says the driver of the dump truck echanged information with the drivers involved in the crash, but returned to the crash site when RCMP arrived.

According to Saggar, six occupants from the crash were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, and the crash site was cleared within the hour.

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