An accident on Harvey Ave. in Kelowna Friday afternoon. - Image: Carli Berry

Friday afternoon accident on Harvey

Kelowna traffic sure to slow with accident off of Harvey and Ambrosi among the emergency calls

Friday afternoon is off to a hectic start as emergency crews were called to reports of two accidents almost at the same time.

On Harvey and Ambrosi Road, police, fire and ambulance crews responded to a two vehicle accident involving a motorcycle.

There didn’t appear to be any injuries and traffic was flowing in the north-bound lane, where the accident occurred.

Just a few minutes before there were reports of another accident, in West Kelowna.

With traffic volumes increasing as the weekend nears, caution is best when out on the roads.

If you see news happening, email us at newstips@kelownacapnews.com.

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