Two vehicle MVI closes lanes on highway 97 near Stickle Road. (Jennifer Blake - Morning Star)

Two vehicle accident on highway 97 near Vernon closes lanes

Ambulance is currently on scene, medics are treating patients

A two vehicle accident took place on the highway near Stickle road around 11 a.m. this morning.

One lane on each side of the highway is closed to traffic.

Ambulances are on scene and patients are being treated. No one is reportedly trapped in their cars as result of the incident.

More to come as reporter is en route to scene.

Related: Stickle Road construction confusion persists

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