A B-train truck rolled on its side just before 4:30 p.m. on the Duke Point Highway near the exit to the Trans Canada Highway. (KARL YU/The News Bulletin)

Truck loaded with culverts tips over on highway exit in Nanaimo

Crash blocks northbound access to Trans Canada Highway from Duke Point Highway

A truck carrying culverts rolled on its side, closing off a highway exit in Nanaimo.

Crews were called just before 4:30 p.m. to a single-vehicle crash on the Duke Point Highway near the exit to the Trans Canada Highway. A loaded B-train truck was tipped over.

Nanaimo Fire Rescue posted on social media about a “highway closure [of the] Duke Point Highway off-ramp northbound onto TCH. Closed for an extended period of time.”

There were no reports of injuries.

Three tow trucks were on scene.

For past coverage of vehicle crashes in Nanaimo, click here.



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