Saanich police and fire respond to Sinclair Road Friday evening. (Shalu Mehta/News Staff)

UVic roundabout closed briefly after items fall from truck

Road reopened around 6:30

Traffic was briefly impacted Friday evening on Sinclair Road near the University of Victoria after a truck lost some of its load.

Drivers were turned away eastbound on Sinclair for a time while Saanich Fire Department helped clear the lanes after items fell from the back of a truck.

The road near the roundabout on Sinclair reopened around 6:30 p.m.

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