UPDATE: No injuries after car crash on the Malahat Tuesday morning

Incident took place in Goldstream Provincial Park area

There were no injuries after a single-vehicle crash on the Malahat that slowed traffic near Goldstream Provincial Park Tuesday morning.

According to the West Shore RCMP, the driver lost control on the highway due to heavy rain and slid off the highway.

This is the second incident on the Malahat in the last two days.

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On Monday morning, a rock fell into the southbound land, bounced across the median and through the northbound lanes before coming to rest on the shoulder.

There was a “minor impact” with a northbound pickup truck, said the Ministry of Transportation. The incident closed the highway just past Goldstream Park for three hours.


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