Police on scene of vehicle incident on Cadder Avenue

A single blue car blocked the intersection of Cadder and Pandosy on Tuesday night

RCMP blocked the intersection of Cadder Avenue and Pandosy Street, Tuesday night, following a vehicle incident.

A single blue car with a smashed hood sat in the middle of the intersection at about 8 p.m.

According to those on scene, it’s unclear what happened and police did not comment.

Traffic was slow going while officers directed drivers around the incident.

Injuries of those involved are not known.

Road conditions in Kelowna were reported to be icy as temperatures dipped below -13 C.

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