Two injured in rollover crash near Bay Street bridge in Victoria

Medical injury suspected cause of Friday morning crash

Victoria police believe a medical emergency caused a late-morning crash on Friday near Bay Street and Tyee Road.

Police say the vehical was headed east on Bay when the driver veered off the road, hit a lamp post and rolled. The two occupants of the vehicle were taken to hospital with non life threatening injuries.

READ ALSO: Victoria police seek suspect who left man injured, down, in Pandora bike lane


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Police believe a single vehicle crash on Bay Street Sept. 3 was triggered by a medical incident. (Kendra Crighton/News Staff)

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