Update:Three vehicle crash causes delays in Peachland

Reports of a three vehicle crash along Highway 97 in Peachland

Update 5:36 p.m.

Traffic is still backed-up through Peachland, and south bound of Gorman Bros. Lumber Ltd. in Glenrosa.

Plan an alternate route if possible.

Original

Emergency crews are headed to the scene of a possible three vehicle collision near Peachland.

The crash was reported about 4:30 p.m., at Highway 97 and Drought Hill and describe as a head-on collision involving three vehicles.

Traffic is backed up in both directions along Highway 97.

Drivers in West Kelowna are reporting significant delays in traffic both into and out of the city.

More to come.


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