Traffic is backed up on the Trans-Canada Highway due to a reported crash involving three vehicles. (Google Traffic)

Morning crashes still causing delays for commuters

Three-vehicle crash on Highway 1 still causing congestion

Wednesday morning’s commute was crawling with reports of a crash involving three vehicles on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Colwood on-ramp. Drivers are still seeing congestion on Highway 1 heading towards Victoria.

A fender bender on Wale Road also caused some delays for morning commuters.

More to come…



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Drive BC highway cameras show a long line of cars on the Trans-Canada Highway near the Colwood exit. (Drive BC)

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