Traffic is being detoured on Highway 18 after a crash Thursday, June 25. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

UPDATED: Traffic detoured after crash on Cowichan’s Hwy. 18

Traffic is being detoured from Highway 18 onto Cowichan Lake Road following a rollover crash.

Sahtlam Fire Department, as well as Lake Cowichan Fire, were called to the scene shortly after noon on Thursday, June 25.

It is believed the vehicle involved is a tractor-trailer. An air ambulance has also been sighted in the area.

More information as it becomes available.

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