Update: Three people taken to hospital after crash on Salmon River Bridge

Police say the road conditions were very slippery

Update: 10:30 a.m. Nov. 6

Three people were transported to hospital after a head-on collision on the Salmon River Bridge yesterday evening.

At 6:48 p.m. the Salmon Arm RCMP responded to the collision which involved two pickup trucks.

The RCMP’s investigation indicated the truck traveling westbound crossed into the oncoming lane.

The westbound truck was driven by a 69-year-old male from Sorrento. The other truck was occupied by a man and a woman, both 33-year-olds from Salmon Arm.

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Both trucks were severely damaged and all vehicle occupants were taken to hospital.

According to the RCMP, road conditions were extremely slippery as the road was covered in ice.

The investigation into the crash is ongoing.

Original Story

Unconfirmed reports indicate there has been a head-on collision at the Salmon River Bridge.

More to come.

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