Cyclist seriously injured in crash in North Saanich

Man in his 60s taken to hospital; East Saanich Road closed in both directions.

An RCMP investigator surveys the scene of a collision between a cyclist and van Thursday afternoon on East Saanich Road in North Saanich.




A 60-year-old man is in serious condition and in hospital after the bike he was riding was in a collision with a van on East Saanich Road Thursday (Jan. 26) afternoon.

According to the Sidney North Saanich RCMP, the cyclist was taken to hospital by ambulance after the crash on East Saanich Road and Lowe Road. The route has been closed in both directions as police investigate the scene and is expected to be closed for a few hours.

More details to come.

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