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Accidents sends one to hospital

Mission Fire/Rescue Lieut. Jason Symons (left) and District Chief Doug Olund use rescue tools to open the door of a Jeep involved in a three-vehicle motor vehicle accident at the corner of Grand Street and Seventh Avenue Friday morning. At least one person was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries. - Jason Roessle
Mission Fire/Rescue Lieut. Jason Symons (left) and District Chief Doug Olund use rescue tools to open the door of a Jeep involved in a three-vehicle motor vehicle accident at the corner of Grand Street and Seventh Avenue Friday morning. At least one person was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries.
— image credit: Jason Roessle

One woman was sent to hospital Friday morning following a three-vehicle motor vehicle accident at Grand Street and Seventh Avenue.

Mission's emergency responders were called to the busy intersection at approximately 8 a.m. for the accident which sent a Jeep Cherokee careening into a hedge of cedar trees on the south side of Seventh, just west of Grand.

The woman was extricated from her vehicle by Mission firefighters and B.C. Ambulance paramedics. The extent of her injuries is not known.

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