Credit: Carli Berry/Capital News

Accident causes delays on Harvey

A two-vehicle accident caused traffic delays this morning in Kelowna

An accident on Harvey Avenue and Cooper road between two vehicles caused traffic delays this morning.

At around 11 a.m. emergency crews responded to a two-vehicle accident. Police, ambulance, and the fire department were on scene.

Traffic was backed up along Harvey for a short period of time, as lanes were closed, but has now opened.

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