Traffic backed up at Trans-Canada Highway and Tillicum Road due to crash. (Screenshot/DriveBC)

Traffic backed up on Highway 1 at Tillicum Road due to crash

Saanich police said crash is cleared

Traffic is reportedly backed up on the Trans-Canada Highway at Tillicum Road due to a crash.

Saanich police confirmed there was a car crash at the intersection and said it was cleared by 6 p.m.

DriveBC web cams shows vehicle traffic in both lanes of the highway.

READ ALSO: Saanich police warns roadside scam ‘preys on sympathy of good people’

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