Four people were transported to the hospital in “critical condition” after a three-vehicle collision in Delta, B.C., on Sunday evening.
BC Emergency Health Services confirms paramedics were called at 7:28 p.m. for the crash on Highway 17 at 56th Street. Seven ground ambulances, one supervisor and one air ambulance responded.
According to the Delta Police Department, one vehicle struck a concrete median on the highway, rolled over, and struck a second car. The concrete barrier, which was displaced from the first crash, then struck a third vehicle.
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Footage from the scene shows a car flipped upside down and first responders rushing patients to ambulances in stretchers.
In a Monday news release, police said three of the four people injured have been released from the hospital. The remaining patient has serious but non-life-threatening injuries.
Highway 17 reopened to all traffic before 6 a.m. on Monday.
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Investigators are now asking the public for any dashcam footage from before the crash, including vehicles driving on Highway 17 and 56th street. That footage can be uploaded to the Delta Police Department online by clicking this link.
Witnesses to the collision or pre-collision driving behaviour are asking to call the department’s non-emergency line at 604-946-4411 and quote the file 2023-20569.
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