A small car was wrecked, but no one was hurt in a crash at Northfield Road and the old Island Highway on Friday, Dec. 1. (GREG SAKAKI/The News Bulletin)

VIDEO: Car wrecked in crash at Northfield and the old Island Highway

A small car and a truck towing a trailer were involved in the accident Friday, Dec. 1

A small car was wrecked, but no one was hurt in a crash at Northfield Road and the old Island Highway.

Emergency crews responded to the a two-vehicle collision at the intersection at about 9:15 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1. A small car and a full-size pickup towing a trailer were involved in the accident.

Nanaimo Fire Rescue said there were no injuries in the crash, but a lot of fluid was spilled on the highway that had to be mopped up. Both southbound lanes of the highway were blocked at the intersection, though vehicles were still able to turn onto the highway southbound from Northfield.

Firefighters at the scene weren’t sure of the directions of travel of the two vehicles involved in the collision.



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