Squamish RCMP seek witnesses to Highway 99 logging truck crash | Squamish Chief

Squamish RCMP seek witnesses to Highway 99 logging truck crash

Moderate to minor injuries in Remembrance Day crash involving a fully-loaded logging truck and SUV

Police are asking for witnesses to the Remembrance Day crash involving a fully-loaded logging truck and a Toyota 4-Runner on the Sea to Sky Highway.

Officers are seeking dashcam footage of the crash, which happened a little before noon on Nov. 11 in the southbound lanes of Highway 99 at the Conroy Forest Service Road.

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The drivers of both the truck and SUV were transported to local hospitals with moderate to minor injuries, Squamish RCMP said in a news release Thursday.

Members from Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement (CVSE) are helping with the investigation into the cause of the crash, the release stated.

In addition to the Squamish RCMP and Squamish Fire Rescue, on the scene Wednesday were the CVSE teams from the Lower Mainland and BC Ambulance.

Paramedics from at least three ambulances rushed to the scene, according to video posted to social media by passersby.

The Sea to Sky Highway was shut down for a short time and there were lane closures during the afternoon as the cleanup and investigation took place.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who has dashcam footage can contact the detachment at 604-892-6100.

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