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Three vehicle crash blocks Bernard

Bernard Avenue, in Kelowna, is closed from Richmond to Burtch

Bernard Avenue is blocked off from Burtch Road to Richmond Street following a three vehicle collision.

The incident happened just before 9 a.m. on Tuesday.

Those on scene said no appeared to be injured and no one went to hospital.

The road will be closed while emergency crews remain on scene.

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