An accident between a semi and truck on the Okanagan Connector this morning. - Credit: Facebook, Deni Leigh Daniels

Updated: Slippery roads cause accidents in Kelowna

A vehicle is down a 15-foot embankment off of Dilworth Drive

Updated: 1 p.m.

The back side of a truck was ripped apart in an accident this morning between a semi and a truck on the Hwy 97C.

It is unknown if injuries were sustained during the accident.

Original:

Snowy and icy roads are causing accidents in Kelowna.

On Dilworth, crews have responded to a single-vehicle rollover. The vehicle is reportedly down a 15-foot bank.

A single-vehicle accident has also occurred on Enterprise Way and Spall Road.

An accident involving a truck and a semi truck has also been reported after 9 a.m. on Hwy 97C near the Brenda Mine turnoff.

Snowfall warnings remain in effect for the region.

If you have seen an accident, let the Captial News team know by emailing carli.berry@kelownacapnews.com.

To report a typo, email: edit@kelownacapnews.com.


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