Saanich police says a passenger received serious, but non-life threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash late Thursday night.
Police say both occupants of the vehicle were taken to hospital, and the driver of the black Ford Explorer had minor injuries.
The crash is still under investigation and police say it is too soon to determine what caused the driver to lose control, which resulted in the vehicle to roll.
Saanich police says the vehicle had just left a gas station at Douglas and Tolmie Avenue when the accident happened in the 3200 to 3300 block of Douglas Street around 11 p.m., in an area between Mayfair and Uptown malls.
The crash closed Douglas overnight for traffic and pedestrians between Tolmie Avenue to Saanich Road while collision analysts and forensic identification officers attended the scene.
The road reopened around 5:30 a.m. Friday.
Douglas Street was closed for several hours last night after a single vehicle crash in the 3200-3300 block. The road has now fully re-opened. #yyjtraffic https://t.co/4LpYRr2CyS pic.twitter.com/zY687PkTI5
— Saanich Police (@SaanichPolice) March 1, 2019
Anyone who witnessed the crash and has not spoken to police is asked to call the Saanich department at 250-475-4321.