A mother and child were reportedly stuck inside their vehicle after it was t-boned by another vehicle at the intersection of Harvey and Butch. (Dan Taylor/Kelowna Capital News)

Mother and child reportedly trapped inside vehicle in Kelowna collision

Two vehicles collided at Harvey and Burtch intersection

Emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Harvey and Burtch around 4:30 p.m. Sunday.

A mother and young child were reportedly stuck inside a vehicle that rolled over but now have been freed.

The second vehicle involved t-boned the vehicle with the mother and child. The child, who appeared to be around three years old, was not injured, say eyewitnesses at the scene.

Police and first responders declined to comment.

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