A collision between a van and a motorcycle is rerouting traffic in West Quesnel. Ronan O’Doherty photo

UPDATED: Traffic detoured following collision on Anderson Drive

RCMP are investigating whether alcohol played a role in crash

A motorcycle struck a van on Anderson Drive in West Quesnel shortly after 2 p.m. this afternoon.

Traffic was initially detoured around the scene of the collision.

Sgt. Chris Riddle of the Quesnel RCMP said the van was making a turn at the intersection with Lewis Drive when the motorcycle collided with it.

They are investigating whether alcohol may have played a role in the collision.

There did not appear to be any serious injuries, and the driver of the motorcycle was being treated on scene.

BC Ambulance Service, Quesnel Volunteer Fire Department and RCMP responded to the scene.


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