A crash involving two vehciles and a cyclist is backing up traffic on Sooke Road near Royal Roads University. (Michelle Cabana/News Staff)

Sooke Road clear after traffic back up due to crash involving two cars, cyclist

The cyclist was transported to hospital

Sooke Road is now clear following a crash Wednesday evening.

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A two-vehicle crash was blocking traffic for about an hour before Colwood Fire Rescue was able to clear the scene. A car at the scene appeared to be involved in a head-on collision and was towed away.

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The crash involved a cyclist, who was transported to hospital with unknown injuries.



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