Driver crossing traffic when crash occurred on Pat Bay Highway

At least three cars involved in evening crash

Drive BC cameras show traffic backed up southbound on the Pat Bay Highway. (Drive BC)

At least three cars were involved in a crash on the Pat Bay Highway Wednesday night.

According to Saanich police, a driver heading northbound was struck by southbound traffic while attempting to turn into the Victoria City Rowing Club. At least three vehicles were involved in the incident.

The Saanich Fire Department says it was called in around 5:40 p.m.

Southbound traffic was impacted but the incident has since been cleared. It is unclear at this time if there are any injuries or if anyone was transported to hospital.

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