One of many crashes keeping emergency crews busy across the region during a snowfall Feb. 8. (Shalu Mehta/News staff)

Langford fire, bylaw officials say stay home if you can

‘Number of car crashes’ litter streets Friday

Langford Bylaw Department and Langford Fire Rescue are reminding drivers to slow down on the roads.

Assistant Chief Lance Caven of Langford Fire reminded motorists to stay safe after attending to a minor motor vehicle collision at Goldstream Avenue and Peatt Road.

“We have already had a number of car crashes today, we’re only about halfway through the day so we just want everybody to be safe,” Caven said. “If you don’t have to be out there just stay home and enjoy the snow.”

READ MORE: Conditions not safe on Malahat: RCMP

READ MORE: Snowfall shifts, delays transit routes across Greater Victoria

shalu.mehta@goldstreamgazette.com

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