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Traffic impacted on the Malahat near Goldstream Park

Reported crash in northbound lane of highway

Traffic on the Trans-Canada Highway at Goldstream Provincial Park was impacted after a reported collision Saturday afternoon.

A white pick-up truck reportedly crashed in the northbound lane of the Malahat near Goldstream Provincial Park. Police and a tow truck were reportedly on scene and the southbound lane was moving.

DriveBC webcams showed traffic backups near the park as well at 1 p.m.

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