Traffic was backed up on the Trans Canada Highway due to a single-vehicle accident near the entrance of Goldstream Park early March 12. (@kathtousigant/Twitter)

UPDATED: Single-vehicle rollover crash on Trans-Canada Highway near Goldstream Park stalls morning commute

Traffic restricted to single lane while crash was cleared

An early morning, single-vehicle crash snarled the morning commute Tuesday for those on the Trans-Canada Highway near the entrance of Goldstream Park.

A driver crashed into a ditch around 5:30 a.m. with the vehicle coming to a rest on its roof.

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While the vehicle was removed, traffic was brought down to single-lane, causing a back up to Aspen Road.

West Shore RCMP responded to the scene and administered a roadside breathalyzer test. The driver of the crashed vehicle blew below the legal limit.

There were no reported injuries.

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