A car going North bound on Boucherie in the 2400 block went off the road and over the bank into the trees, near Stuart Road on Monday Feb. 27 at 9:50 p.m. — Image Credit: Dave Ogilvie

Slick roads send motorist down embankment

Slick roads sent a motorists Monday night.

Slick roads sent a motorists Monday night.

While there were multiple reports of slippery driving conditions, one of the more serious events happened in West Kelowna.

A car headed north-bound on Boucherie In the 2400 block went off road and over the bank into the trees on its left side just past Stuart Road on Monday Feb. 27, at 9:50 p.m.

It was unknown at the time of the incident if there were injuries, but roads were reportedly very slick and the curve has taken more than one driver over the side.

As police and ambulance dealt with the situation, Boucherie Road was closed South bound just past the Mac’s Store.

This morning the roads may also be slick. The forecast calls for a cloudy and cold day with a high of -5 C, and a 60 per cent chance of flurries.

The highway situation is a bit more serious.

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