Two vehicles collided at the intersection of Ross Street and the Trans-Canada Highway about 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25. It is not known if anyone was injured in the collision, but the eastbound lane has been closed temporarily as emergency crews respond. (Jim Elliot/Salmon Arm Observer)

Two-vehicle collision at Ross Street and Trans-Canada Highway

Extent of injuries unknown, traffic is still moving on highway

A two-vehicle collision has occured at the intersection of Ross Street and the Trans-Canada Highway in Salmon Arm.

Around 2:50 p.m. on Oct. 25 the vehicles hit at the intersection, which is near the KFC restaurant in Salmon Arm.

Traffic is still moving in the area, though the eastbound lane of the Trans-Canada is closed while cleanup is occuring and B.C. Sherrifs are directing traffic.

Rescue services were called to the scene to clean up and extract the driver of one vehicle out of the wrecked car door. The extent of the injuries are unknown at this time but two people are being transported to hospital.

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