Woman taken to hospital with non-life threatening injury after being involved in MVA

Traffic was disrupted for a short period of time while crews on the scene cleaned up the debris from the two badly damaged vehicles involved. Arthur C. Green/The Moose 100.1
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A 54-year-old woman was transported to the hospital after being involved in a two-vehicle collision which occurred shortly before the supper hour on November 18.

Emergency crews from Yellowknife were called to Kam Lake Road, near the hockey arena where a woman was laying on the ground next to a badly damaged SUV that had just been involved in a motor vehicle accident. (MVA)

Julie Plourde is the Media Relations Officer with the Northwest Territories RCMP in Yellowknife.

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“At approximately 3:15 p.m., on Monday, November 19, the Yellowknife RCMP attended a motor vehicle collision at the intersection of Kam Lake Road and Woolgar Avenue,” Plourde said. “A female driver was transported to the hospital for treatment of a non-life threatening injury.”

A witness on the scene told Moose News the woman was injured by the airbag deployment in her vehicle. Traffic was disrupted for a short period of time while crews on the scene cleaned up the debris from the two badly damaged vehicles involved.

The investigation is ongoing.

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