Police Wednesday morning continue to investigate a collision at Ash Road and Torquay Drive. Ambulance brought a woman to hospital in “serious condition” according to Saanich Police

Girl struck by two cars in Saanich crosswalk

Girl said to be in serious condition

Two vehicles struck a Saanich girl early Wednesday morning at the intersection of Ash Road and Torquay Drive.

The Grade 6 girl was hit by Mercedes Sports Utility Vehicle travelling eastbound on Ash Road, while crossing Torquay Drive. A Honda Sedan travelling westbound on Ash Road then hit her for a second time.

Ambulance carried the girl to Victoria General Hospital in “serious condition” according to Saanich Police, which remains on location investigating the accident.

Updates to follow.

 

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