A large section of Dewdney Trunk Road was closed down on Tuesday morning after a vehicle collided with a dump truck. A female driver was transported to hospital by air ambulance. She was last reported to be in stable condition. No updates have been released.

Update: Driver stable after collision with dump truck in Mission

A medical helicopter was needed to transport the driver from the crash on Dewdney Trunk Road

A female driver is in stable condition in hospital after a collision between a dump truck and a sports utility vehicle in Mission.

Mission RCMP, Mission Fire Rescue Services and BC Ambulance Services were all on scene at the accident on Tuesday morning on Dewdney Trunk Road, by Creston Avenue, close to the Mission landfill.

The incident occurred at about 10 a.m.

A spokesperson for the Mission RCMP said the driver of the sports utility vehicle was taken to hospital via medical helicopter. She was the lone occupant in the vehicle. There are no reports of injuries to the dump truck driver.

The RCMP collision investigation team was on scene for most of the day and traffic was being diverted away from the investigation.

No details on how the accident happened have been released.


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