Police looking at alcohol in a two-vehicle collision downtown Tuesday morning

By Doug Collins
August 8, 2017 - 4:49am

KAMLOOPS — Alcohol is believed responsible for a two-vehicle collision in downtown Kamloops early this morning.

In a news release, RCMP Sergeant Sascha Fesenko says they were called to 4th and Seymour about 2:30 this morning.

One of the drivers ran away from the scene, but was pursued by a witness until police were able to arrest him.

The second driver stayed at the scene.

Police say both drivers had consumed alcohol and both received minor injuries.

Both vehicles sustained significant damage, and a parking meter station was also damaged in the incident.

Police investigation is continuing. 

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