PARKSVILLE COLLISION: Oceanside RCMP and Parksville Fire Department personnel examine the scene of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Corfield Street and Stanford Avenue late Friday morning. The Ford Focus shown was travelling southbound on Corfield and suffered extensive front-end damage after colliding with a Honda Civic sedan westbound on Stanford. The driver of the Civic was examined briefly by B.C. Ambulance personnel but no injuries were reported.

Collision in Parksville

One driver was examined briefly by B.C. Ambulance personnel but no injuries were reported.

PARKSVILLE COLLISION: Oceanside RCMP and Parksville Fire Department personnel examine the scene of a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Corfield Street and Stanford Avenue late Friday morning. The Ford Focus shown was travelling southbound on Corfield and suffered extensive front-end damage after colliding with a Honda Civic sedan westbound on Stanford. The driver of the Civic was examined briefly by B.C. Ambulance personnel but no injuries were reported.

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