VicPD is responding to a collision involving three drivers near the intersection of Hillside Avenue and Douglas Street. (Black Press Media file photo)

Traffic at Hillside Avenue, Douglas Street impacted by three-vehicle collision

VicPD at the scene of the crash

VicPD is responding to a collision involving three drivers near the intersection of Hillside Avenue and Douglas Street.

According to a Victoria Police Department tweet sent just before 5 p.m. on April 30, officers have arrived at the scene of the crash and say traffic is impacted in the area.

Police have not shared information about the cause of the incident.

More to come.

READ ALSO: UPDATED: VicPD responds to suspicious toolbox dropped in Fernwood


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