Paramedics and bystanders attend to two people whose car was involved in a collision with a large pickup truck in the intersection of Goldstream Avenue and Veteran’s Memorial Parkway at around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Goldstream/Veteran’s intersection crash sends two to hospital

Pickup truck driver ticketed for failing to yield to sedan

West Shore RCMP officers and Langford firefighters gathered en masse at the busy intersection of Veteran’s Memorial Parkway and Goldstream Avenue Sunday after a pickup and a car collided around 2:30 p.m.

A southbound pickup truck towing a vehicle on a trailer was turning left from Veteran’s onto Goldstream when it collided with a silver sedan traveling north on Veteran’s.

The driver of the truck received a ticket for failing to yield, while the occupants of the car were taken to hospital for treatment. Westbound traffic on Goldstream was held up for some time as the scene was cleaned up.

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