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.

READ ALSO: UPDATE: Investigation continues after early morning fire at Blanshard Courts

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.

READ ALSO: Downtown Victoria fire deemed ‘suspicious’

“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.



kendra.crighton@blackpress.ca

Follow us on Instagram
Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Vancouver Island’s longest, steepest, zip line nears completion

Mount Washington aims to thrill with 2.3-km drop reaching speeds approaching100 km/hr

Teen viral video star headlining first concert in hometown Nanaimo

Lauren Spencer-Smith, 15, has been recording new songs with Grammy-winning producer

The road to ruin: dealing with Vancouver Island’s dirty little trash secret

Ongoing illegal dumping problem near Ladysmith symbolic of a bigger issue

Editorial: It’s hard to believe people still drink and drive

People cannot claim ignorance, or lack of options, it’s laziness and stupidity, pure and simple

Vehicle towed from ocean following dramatic rescue south of Campbell River

Driver survives plunge after losing control on the highway

Feds lowered poverty line, reducing the number of seniors in need: documents

Liberals introduced a poverty line that was below the prior low-income cutoff

Justin Trudeau’s carbon footprint revealed in ranking of world leaders

Travel company ranks 15 world leaders’ foreign flight CO2 emissions

Trudeau in Victoria to announce $79M investment in public transit

Contributions from municipal to federal level to fund 118 more buses across B.C. to cut commutes

B.C. First Nation’s group using ads in Texas targeting company for fuel spill

The Heiltsuk Tribal Council has called out Kirby Corporation for the Nathan E. Stewart oil spill

B.C. woman wins record $2.1 million on casino slot machine

‘That night was so surreal … I wasn’t able to sleep or eat for the first two days,’ she said

$900M settlement reached in class action on sexual misconduct in Canadian military

After facing criticism, the government moved to begin settlement proceedings in early 2018

Tax take stays ahead of increased B.C. government spending

Tax revenue $2.1 billion higher than budget in 2018-19

Two toddler siblings found drowned on First Nation in Alberta

The siblings were found drowned on their family’s property, according to RCMP

Chiefs honour Indigenous leader wrongfully hanged in B.C. 154 years ago today

Chief Joe Alphonse says they want his remains returned to his homeland in B.C.’s Cariboo region

Most Read