CRUNCH: B.C. Ambulance Service

Crash at Hirst and Moilliet in Parksville

No injuries were reported from the incident last Friday

CRUNCH: B.C. Ambulance Service, Oceanside RCMP and Parksville Fire Department responded to a two-car collision that left this Mazda Miata convertible in the crosswalk at the corner of Hirst Avenue and Moilliet Street in Parksville on Friday. No injuries were reported after the Miata was struck by a Mazda SUV.

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