An injured woman is removed from one of two vehicles involved in a collision Thursday afternoon on Main Street at Okanagan Avenue East. The second vehicle involved was a pickup truck. Further details were not available. (Mark Brett - Western News)

At least one injured in Okanagan two-vehicle T-bone collision

One person at least was injured in a collision between a pickup truck and an SUV Thursday afternoon

At least one person was injured in a two-vehicle, T-bone collision Thursday about 4:20 p.m.

The accident happened on Main Street at the intersection of Okanagan Avenue East.

RCMP, Penticton Fire Department and B.C. Ambulance Service all attended.

READ MORE: Two-vehicle accident sends one to hospital in South Okanagan

One person from the SUV was taken by stretcher to the ambulance. The second vehicle was a white pickup truck which was facing north.

Traffic was reduced to a single lane in either direction for a brief time.



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