Saanich Police closed traffic for several hours on Quadra Street northbound following a collision Sunday afternoon (Black Press File).

UPDATED: Authorities re-opend traffic on Quadra Avenue following collision in Saanich Sunday afternoon

Details are spotty, but investigation of the incident lasted into the evening

Quadra Street has re-opened after emergency crews including police had responded to a collision in Saanich on Quadra Avenue near Union Avenue.

Police announced the re-opening just after 8 p.m.Details behind the incident are spotty, but authorities announced the closure of Quadra Street northbound between Union Avenue and Reynolds Street to automobiles and pedestrians at around 5 p.m.

Updates to follow.


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