A tow truck removes a car from an accident scene at Wallace Street and Eighth Avenue on Thursday (Nov. 7) morning. ELENA RARDON PHOTO

Pedestrian struck in rollover accident in Port Alberni

Single vehicle rollover occurred at the front entrance of the Service BC building

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle in Port Alberni on Thursday (Nov. 7) morning.

Port Alberni Fire Department (PAFD), RCMP and BC Ambulance Services responded to a single vehicle rollover at the front entrance of the Service BC building on Wallace Street and Eighth Avenue at around 9 a.m.

According to PAFD, the vehicle struck a pedestrian and the driver of the vehicle had to be extricated by crews.

More to come.

 

A car rolled over at the front entrance of the Service BC building on Thursday, Nov. 7. PHOTO COURTESY PAFD

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