One person was transported to hospital with injuries after a single vehicle crash late Thursday night on Burnside Road and Interurban Road. (Emma Bibb/Facebook)

One person in hospital after late night Saanich crash involving a cab

Investigating is ongoing to determine the cause of this crash

One person is in hospital with injuries after a single vehicle crash late Thursday night in Saanich.

At around 11:20 p.m. on Burnside Road and Interurban Road, Saanich Police responded to the crash which involved a Victoria taxi cab. The driver of the vehicle was not the registered owner of the car.

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The driver was transported to hospital but according to Sgt. Julie Fast of the Saanich Police, police don’t have an update as to the driver’s condition.

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“The first assessment we received were moderate injuries but that may have changed,” she said.

The car, which was heavily damaged, was towed and a crash analyst was on scene. The investigating is ongoing to determine the cause of this crash.



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