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Oceanside RCMP report four traffic collisions amid foul weather conditions

No serious injuries reported despite several vehicles taking significant damage
Photo taken on Sunday, March 29, outside Parksville showing a southbound vehicle in a ditch before the weigh scales. (Selina Andres/Facebook photo)

Sunday’s stormy weather conditions led to several traffic collisions during the weekend.

Cpl. Jesse Foreman of the Oceanside RCMP said police responded to four collisions on Sunday, March 28, all of which were attributed to the sudden onslaught of hail and slush.

Foreman confirmed in an email to PQB News that while no serious injuries were reported, several vehicles sustained significant damage.

READ MORE: Three-vehicle collision in Parksville reduces highway traffic to single lane

One such incident occurred on Highway 19 just outside Parksville by the weigh scales going south, where a vehicle had gone into a ditch.

Foreman confirmed this incident took place at 11:14 a.m. when a woman’s vehicle skidded off the highway. He said she did not suffer any injuries as a result of the collision but was still taken to the hospital for unrelated reasons.

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Mandy Moraes

About the Author: Mandy Moraes

I joined Black Press Media in 2020 as a multimedia reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News, and transferred to the News Bulletin in 2022
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