Emergency crews on scene at a two-vehicle accident on Highway 97 Friday affternoon. Two pickup trucks were involved both winding up in the ditch on the west side of the road. Injuries are unknown at this time. Mark Brett/Western News

Truck rollover on Highway 97

Accident on Highway 97, north of Penticton

Traffic is moving slow just north of Penticton Highway 97 after two trucks were involved in a motor vehicle incident.

Emergency services vehicles are at the scene near Kickinee Park where one truck is on the west side of the road upside down and against the rock face and another truck is just north of it on its side.

One lane is open in each direction and traffic is moving slowly. It is not know if there are injuries.

More on this to come.

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