A semi crashed on the Trans-Canada Highway between Millstream and Six Mile roads early Monday morning. The truck crashed in the southbound lanes, stopping against the rock face on the side of the road. No other vehicles were involved and no injuries were reported. (Kendra Wong/News Gazette staff)

Driver fatigue a contributing factor in Monday’s semi crash

West Shore RCMP still investigating the crash

Driver fatigue may have caused the semi truck crash Monday morning on the Trans-Canada Highway in Langford.

While the West Shore RCMP noted the file is still under investigation, they did disclose fatigue is being considered as a contributing factor to the crash.

RELATED: Traffic moving slowly after earlier crash on Trans-Canada Highway

The truck left the roadway, struck a sign and hit a rock outcrop on the side of the TCH between the Millstream Road overpass and the Six Mile Road exit at approximately 3 a.m.

No other vehicles were involved in the crash and no injuries were reported.

Salvage crews arrived at around 10 a.m. – after the morning rush – and began work removing the wreckage. The truck was finally towed late afternoon, causing even more southbound delays on that stretch of highway.


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