Traffic was slowed down at the intersection of Martin Street and Echkhardt Avenue West on Thursday afternoon after a motor vehicle incident. Photo courtesy of Skylar Noe-Vack

Motor vehicle incident slows traffic

Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Martin Street and Echkhardt Avenue West

Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Martin Street and Echkhardt Avenue West for a motor vehicle incident involving two cars on Thursday around 11:35 a.m.

A witness at the scene said there are only minor injuries and the intersection is single lane traffic until the road is cleared.

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