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Traffic backed up on Harvey Avenue

Two-car accident in westbound lanes of Harvey Avenue in Kelowna has temporarily backed up traffic in that direction. - Barry Gerding/Capital News
Two-car accident in westbound lanes of Harvey Avenue in Kelowna has temporarily backed up traffic in that direction.
— image credit: Barry Gerding/Capital News

A two-vehicle accident on Harvey Avenue in Kelowna this afternoon has caused a temporary backup of westbound traffic.

The accident involved a reported car fire that left a GMC Silverado pickup up against a light standard at Harvey and Hardy, apparently hit from behind by a Plymouth Acclaim sedan.

A woman was taken to hospital by ambulance for undisclosed injuries while firefighters cleaned up the debris around the accident scene.

 

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