A three car accident near Gordon and KLO Friday morning, May 26, 2017. - Image: Carli Berry A three car accident near Gordon and KLO Friday morning, May 26, 2017.

Serious accident in Kelowna

Three vehicles suffer major damage, more than one person injured in multi vehicle accident

More than one person has been taken to hospital after multiple ambulances responded to a multiple vehicle that occurred Friday morning.

Three vehicles are damaged extensively and it appears five vehicles were involved in the accident that occurred just after 9 a.m. on Gordon just after KLO.

A witness at the scene said it was a big pile-up, when one person had to stop, the rest of the vehicles came together. It appears that at least two people were taken to hospital.

The extent of their injuries is unknown.

Multiple emergency vehicles responded to the scene, including three ambulances, two fire trucks from the Kelowna Fire Department as well as police.

The Capital News has a reporter at the scene and will provide updates when made available.

If you see news happening, contact us with a tip or pictures at newstips@kelownacapnews.com

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