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Five-vehicle accident near Sexsmith

One person was injured in multiple vehicle crash at Lougheed and Neave in Kelowna

Five vehicles were involved in an accident on Lougheed Road in Kelowna, just off of Sexsmith this afternoon.

At least one person has been injured while an SUV has been totally destroyed in the accident which also included a large flat-bed truck.

According to witnesses, one of the vehicles was on fire and the incident took place about 3:30 this afternoon.

RCMP along with the Kelowna Fire Department are on the scene of the accident, which occurred at the intersection of Lougheed and Neave Roads.

Traffic is being directed off of Lougheed and onto Neave Road.

Several tow trucks have also been called to the area.

The Capital News has a reporter to the area to gather further information.

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