Saanich emergency crews responding to an incident on Carey Road just south of McKenzie Avenue. Traffic is still flowing in the area but the southbound lane is partially blocked. (Devon Bidal/News Staff)

Emergency crews respond to crash on Carey Road in Saanich

Traffic is flowing but southbound lane is partially blocked

Saanich emergency crews are responding to an incident on Carey Road just south of McKenzie Avenue. Traffic is still flowing in the area but the southbound lane is partially blocked.

According to Saanich Police, two drivers were involved in the crash, along with a parked car that was struck.

No injuries have been reported.

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