UPDATE: 5 people sent to hospital after crash in Lake Country

Emergency crews are on scene of a vehicle in a ditch in Lake Country

Update: 10:40 a.m.

An accident involving a power pole sent five people to the hospital last night. According to Lake Country fire chief Steve Windsor, after the vehicle hit the pole, five occupants were sent to KGH to be looked over.

BC Hydro was also on scene and will need to replace the pole, he said.

Original:

Emergency crews are reportedly being called to Beaver Lake Road in Lake Country, following a single vehicle crash.

The incident occurred just before 7 p.m. near Haldane Road.

There are reports of a vehicle in the ditch and BC Ambulance is attending the scene.

A power line may also be down in the area due to the crash.

More to come.

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